The International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) and the Middle East & North Africa Public Administration Research network (MENAPAR) in close collaboration with the General Personnel Council (GPC), are organizing the IASIA-MENAPAR 2017 Conference to be held from 3-7 July 2017 in Ramallah, Palestine.
The conference will bring together practitioners, academics, PhD students and young researchers in public administration and management, as well as contributors from any other disciplines
3-7 July 2017
ُDeadline Extended until for submitting Call for papers: 28 Feb 2017
Deadline for sumbitting best practices: 26 March 2017
“Public Administration’s role in building and consolidating post-conflict states"
Sub-Theme 1: Delivering Public Administration beyond Physical and Structural Barriers: How Can Technological Innovation Support State and Non-State Actors to Better Outreach and Serve Citizens?
Sub-Theme 2: Public Management Reform Under Austerity Measures: How Can Governments Maintain their Reforms under Austerity Measures?
Sub-Theme 3: State-building Approaches and the Role of International Organizations and Donors in Shaping Local Public Administration Structures in Conflict Ridden Countries.
Sub-Theme 4: Civil Society Organizations and governments in Public Services Delivery: Cooperating or Colliding?
English, Arabic, or French. The three languages will be also used for communication and discussion.
The Middle East & North Africa Public Administration Research (MENAPAR) Network and the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) are pleased to announce their fourth joint conference, which will be held in Palestine under the theme of “Public Administration Under Pressure: Towards a Resilient, Responsive, Collaborative, and Transformative Public Administration”. The conference will be hosted and organized by the General Personnel Council of Palestine (GPC), in collaboration with IASIA, and the Institute of Public Administration of Bahrain (BIPA) from 3 to 7 July 2017.