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reformDue to a large number of professional and academic obligations, Prof. John Halligan (ANZSOG Institute for Governance, Australia) leaves his position of chairman of the IASIA Working group III “Public Sector Reform”.

Hence, the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) is looking for a new Chairman to lead the Working group III “Public Sector reform” along the two working group project directors, Prof. Kararach and Prof. Mattarella.

IASIA is an international organization that promotes gender equality and invites women to present their candidacy. For your information all the candidacies will be presented to the Board of Management at its meeting in February 2014 and the candidates will be informed right after about the status of their candidacy. You are invited to send, latest by 15 January 2014, a CV and a motivation letter to the IASIA Executive Secretary, Bardhyl Dobra ([email protected]).

06 Dec 2013

Discover our Brand New Websites!

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You will immediately notice the dynamism of this new layout. The navigation has been completely revamped and simplified to promote a more modern and more user-friendly approach.

The homepage now enhances our latest news, the knowledge portal, our activities and those of our partners.

A major change: interaction

With a login zone (in “Members Space“), our contacts / members can now manage their profiles directly in our secured online database (contact information, area of ​​expertise, member profile, etc..).

For the sake of professionalism we have also developed our own tool for managing events.

Very soon, you will be able to register as participants and / or authors to all our events directly via our website. Your personal data will be automatically listed on our online database and your username will be stored to each future events.

In the near future, our members will have the same opportunity to contribute, enrich and directly publish their activities and news on our websites.

Currently, only the IIAS, IASIA and EGPA websites benefited from this brand new design. Our next challenge will focus on two key points:

  • the enlargement of this internet platform to our regional groups AGPA and LAGPA;
  • the creation of discussion boards standardised within each project, study and working groups.

Do not hesitate give us your opinion!

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IASIA is deeply saddened to announce the passing away  of its Past President,  Prof. Dr. Turgay Ergun.

Prof. Ergun was a dedicated Member of the Board of Management and CIAPA, and a dynamic and wise President of the IASIA. He also was participating in IASIA/IIAS conferences for many years and was an active participant in various international seminars, dialogues, and publications. His demise is a huge loss for the global Public Administration community.

The IASIA/IIAS family would like to present its deepest condolences to his loved ones and we will miss him as dear colleague and friend.


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