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24 August 2011
Seminar on Decentralization, Local Governance and Poverty Alleviation
The Seminar on Decentralization, Local Governance and Poverty Alleviation will enable participants not only to analyze current practices in Africa, but also to immerse themselves in new development approaches and strategies that favor local development. The seminar will be held from 26 to 28 September in Tangier, Morrocco, and it is part of CAFRAD's efforts towards the development of leadership, governance and strategic management capacities at the central and local level. For more information, please click here.
26 April 2011
The Government of the Sultanate of Oman Announces a Direct Contact Channels Initiative
Due to recent events, Oman is now creating physical participation channels to go alongside their e-Participation channels, which directly link Omani citizens to all government organisations at national as well as regional levels. Government organisations on 23 April, 2011 were charged by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos to create multiple communication channels for citizens to use. There will be meetings throughout the country where ministers and under-secretaries will listen to citizens and inspect local departments. Click here to read more.
03 March 2011
1st Forum of African Local Elected Women Millennium Development Goals and Good Governance: Roles and Responsibilities of Women's Leadership
UCLGA is convening the First Forum of African Local Elected Women in Tangier, Morocco, from the 8-11 March 2011 on the theme of: Millennium Development Goals and Good Governance- Roles and Responsibilities of Women's Leadership.

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02 March 2011
Pan African Forum of Directors General of National Schools of Public Administration
  The Pan African Forum of Directors General of National Schools of Public Administration, Departments of Administrative and Social Sciences Centres for Strategic and Prospective Studies and Institutions of Governance and Public Policies will be held from 18 to 20 April 2011 in Rabat, Morocco.

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14 February 2011
DSG's Arab Social Media Report Quoted in the News
  The Dubai School of Government's Arab Social Media Report has been quoted in a recent news article published by Daily News & Analysis India website.

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10 February 2011
DSG Analyzes Social Media Trends in the Arab Region

The Arab Social Media Report, produced by the Dubai School of Government's Governance and Innovation Program, analyzes usage trends of online social networking across the Arab region. In its inaugural edition, the report analyzes data on Facebook users in all 22 Arab countries, in addition to Iran and Israel.

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07 January 2011
Electronic Polling System Introduced in the Sultanate of Oman
  The Ministry of Interior (MoI) launched yesterday the ID-related Electronic Voter Identification System, and the seventh term logo of elections which will be held next October. The system is used for the first time in the region in co-operation with the Royal Oman Police (ROP) and the MoI. It is designed to prove the presence of the elector on the election day and will check any attempt to repeat the voting in the elections. Click here to read the entire article.
21 September 2010
Information Technology Authority Annual Report
The Information Technology Authority, ITA, recently released its 2009 annual report on its initiatives in developing e-Government as well as information society in the Sultanate of Oman. To read the report, please click here.
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For Love or Money? Motivating Workers
The authors conduct a field experiment and test how employers can use socioemotional resources, such as appreciation and recognition, in order to signal intentions and create positive reciprocal relationships with employees. Results show that these resources led to a significant gain in productivity. The study is extended to account for relative wage concerns both with and without appreciation treatment. The results suggest that workers not only compare their wages, as pointed out in previous literature, but also compare the socioemotional resources provided by their employer. This provides important evidence against one-dimensional comparisons of relative wages relevant to worker productivity.
10 February 2015
 
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