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TAMSALL Final Event: Multi-Level Governance for Territorial Development in Libya

The TAMSALL Final Event concludes a significant project dedicated to improving governance practices for territorial development. It brings together stakeholders and experts from the European Union, Libya, and the TAMSALL project.

TAMSALL is a project which aims at creating the conditions for the improvement of different services in targeted municipalities through providing local administrators with methodologies and instruments based on the Multi-Level Governance (MLG) approach, thus introducing/strengthening the involvement of a plurality of stakeholders in planning and implementing local services, while fostering the collaboration between municipalities and local branches of national ministries.

The project is executed by ART-ER, Informest, and the European Association of Development Agencies (EURADA) and co-funded by the European Union. 

The event serves as a dynamic platform for in-depth discussions on multi-level governance practices in territorial development. It includes welcoming sessions, panel discussions, and presentations, all focusing on the intricate interactions among local, regional, and national administrations. The event highlights TAMSALL's pilot projects, exploring critical areas such as data management, training, and emergency response. These initiatives showcase their profound impact on local and regional communities. Ultimately, the event is a celebration of the project's achievements in advancing governance for territorial development.

Click here to check the draft agenda. 

If you wish to attend to the event, please register here

Stay tuned for further updates.