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21-22 February 2019

Sandton Convention centre

Public accountability is important because it provides a democratic means to: monitor and control government conduct, prevent the development of concentrations of power, and enhance the learning capacity and effectiveness of public administration.

“Be part of the change”

 

Early bird booking 10% Discount

Partnership packages available


Torah international invites you to Pan African Master-Class on public service accountability Policy advocacy. Getting to know the politics that drive decisions at various Levels of the government learning what the latest policy shifts mean to the public and service delivery understand the specific guidelines, policy objectives, influences and requirements of public sector supply chain management

Appreciation of how evidence-based policymaking enhance successful implementation and delivery Identifying the critical behavioural, managerial, structural and political process dynamics and complexities of policymaking

Understand revenue categorization and allocation as well as an understanding of the legal instruments that control revenue collection and management conducting public opinion surveys, speak with experts in related fields, and examine

Specific organizational agendas recognizing the true public in the politics of public interest Ensuring compliance with sub-national and national government mandates.


Topics to be covered;

 

- Civil Society and Public Accountability: The need for active monitoring

- Policy instruments and the limits of government action

- Fraud and corruption - interconnectedness of the public

- Demystifying other Key Legal Frameworks Regulating Public Finances in Africa Ethical Leadership & Corporate Citizenship responding to incivility and keeping professional credibility

- Impact and Importance of Women at the Local Government Policy Making Table Presentation and discussion of key factors of why we need women at the policy making table in local governments across the globe.

- Managing the overall public sector system to minimize fraud

- Applying King IV on Organizational Ethics Management to Local Government

- The institutional Setting

- the State of Local Government Democracy Assessments

- Controlling the execution of policy programmes and projects

- Fixes that fail

- Media on public awareness

 

 

The impetus to organise this master-class stems from the overall concern over the increasing trend in ethical violations and the manifestation of corrupt activities in many African public service agencies in particular. Reform efforts in the region have so far produced mixed results because lack of accountability has become so entrenched and institutionalized.

 

Now there is increasing pressure on public service administrators to demonstrate personal integrity, to ensure public services are delivered with high standards of accountability and transparency, and with high levels of public confidence.

 

This is a unique high-level networking platform for:

 

- Policy advisors and analysts Legislators

- Director Generals Heads of Missions

- Research policy managers

-  Managing Directors

-  CEOs Provincial administrators

-  Municipal managers

- General Managers Heads of Departments

- Economic development managers

-  Members of the Executive Council (MECs)

-  Organisational change

- Design experts

-  Academics

- Media


For speaker profiles and registration please refer to the attached brochure

 

INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE

 

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Vanessa Malila 

 Head of Advocacy Impact Programme at Public Service Accountability Monitor

 

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Dr Dovhani Mamphiswana

Public service commission South Africa

 

 

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Kris Dobie

The Ethics Institute

MANAGER: ORGANISATIONAL ETHICS DEVELOPMENT

 

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Daniel Basch

Business Consultant & facilitator

Services Practitioners, Councillors And Legislators, The National Development Plan, Master-class for Police, Defence, Intelligence and Community SafetyOfficials in Southern, Central and East Africa Preventing Terrorism and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalisation, These are but to name of few of thecourses that Daniel has successfully facilitated, all of which received enthusiastic and positive feedback.

 

 

 

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Dumi Magadlela PhD

Executive Coach, Leadership Devt Facilitator, Trainer in the DBSA's Pan African Capacity Building Programme (PACBP)


 

 

          

Michael Basch 

Entrepreneur, Former Politician, Facilitator, Coach and Father.

Johannesburg Area, South Africa

Managing Director

The Basch Institute

 

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Hon. Dr Helena S. Kiilu 

Advisor, Intergovernmental Relations

Machakos County Kenya

Founder and Director of Axis Africa Consultants.

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ABDALLAH ALI-NAKYEA

Managing Partner & Director

FCIT, FCCE, MIIA, MTP(SA),

Professional Accountant (SA),CA(Gh), MPhil (Econs), LLB, BL.

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Christopher Bowa 

Deputy Director at Gauteng Provincial Government?

Registration fee is R 8999/$700

For In-house or in-country training contact Nancy on 0810713552 or

[email protected]

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When and where?



Sandton Convention centre
Sandton Convention centre,
161 Maude St
Sandton
South Africa
2196

Starts:
Thu 21 Feb 2019 at 8:30 AM (SAST)
Ends:
Fri 22 Feb 2019 at 3:30 PM (SAST)

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