Egyetemi oktatás és tréning prezentációk

  • Council of Europe: Leadership Academy. (Településvezetési Akadémia) Képzők képzése öt orsság számára. Istambul. Törökország. 2011.
  • OSI/LGI: Urban management in multi-ethnic communities. (Városvezetés többetnikumú településeken) tréning program. tananyagfejlesztő és tréner. Budapest, 2010.
  • Polgármester Akadémia: Konfliktuskezelés modul.  tananyagfejlesztő és előadó. Budapest 2010
  • OSI/LGI: Urban management in multi-ethnic communities. (Városvezetés többetnikumú településeken) tréning program. Budapest, 2010.
  • ISES: Városmenedzsement kurzus. a Kulturális örökségmenedzsement és Fentartható fejlődés szakirányú képzés keretében. tananygafejlesztő és előadó.
  • OSI/LGI: Minority rights and local governance. (Városvezetés többetnikumú településeken) tréning program, tananyagfejlesztő és tréner. Budapest, 2009.
  • OSI/LGI: Conflict management in multi-ethnic communities. (Városvezetés többetnikumú településeken) tréning program, tananyagfejlesztő és és tréner. Budapest, 2009.
  • Urbanisztikai Intézet (Budapesti Műszaki és Közgazdasági Egyetem): Társadalmi részvétel. modul a szakmérnöki képzésben. előadó. Budapest, 2010
  • CEU (Közép-Európai Egyetem): Management of urban change. (Város alakulásának menedzseklése) nyári egyetem, kurzusvezető. Budapest, 2009.
  • OSI/Revenue Watch: State of the art theories of participatory Planning. (A társadalmi tervezés elméletei). vezetői tréning. Lima. Peru. 2009
  • OSI/LGI: Urban management in multi-ethnic communities. (Városvezetés többetnikumú településeken) tréning program, tananyagfejlesztő és és tréner. Budapest, 2009.
  • OSI/Revenue Watch: Transparency m local planning mechanisms. (Átláthatóság a helyi tervezésben). Peru. 2009

néhány évig nem írtam ezt a listát, de most újrakezdem

  • Egyetemi és tréning prezentációkOSI/LGI: “Service delivery module” in: Management of Multi-ethnic Communities Program. training course, Budapest (HU), 2006
  • OSI/LGI: “Strategic city planning and management”, Planning and Financing Cities in Transition: The Strategic Approach , executive training course organized by the Local Government and Public Policy Initiative of the Open Society Institute, Budapest (HU), 2005
  • OSI/LGI: “Comparative analysis of decentralization in the post-communist region”, Planning and Financing Cities in Transition: The Strategic Approach , executive training course organized by the Local Government and Public Policy Initiative of the Open Society Institute, Budapest (HU), 2005
  • OSI/LGI: “Urban rehabilitation strategies in Budapest”, Planning and Financing Cities in Transition: The Strategic Approach , executive training course organized by the Local Government and Public Policy Initiative of the Open Society Institute, Budapest (HU), 2005
  • OSI/LGI: “Private sector perspective to LED”, Planning and Financing Cities in Transition: The Strategic Approach , executive training course organized by the Local Government and Public Policy Initiative of the Open Society Institute, Budapest (HU), 2005
  • World Bank Institute- OSI/ LGI: “Integrating Strategic and Financial Planning and Management” at Urban Strategy and Finance course, Vienna, 2004
  • SUN Program of the Central European University: “Strategic Planning and Integrated Strategic Management” at Urban Strategy and Management in a Globalized World course, Budapest, 2004
  • World Bank Institute- OSI/ LGI: “Integrating Strategic and Financial Planning and Management” at Urban Strategy and Finance course, Vienna, 2004
  • Council of Europe: “Strategic management in Budapest” at Regional Workshop on Strengthening leadership and strategic management in local authorities, Budapest, 2003
  • Council of Europe: “Public private partnership in infrastructure development” and “Local economic development” at Regional Workshop on Local Development, Budapest, 2002
  • Research Triangle Institute: “The Hungarian Experience of Decentralization”, Workshop on the Hungarian Local Government System, Mangalia , (Romania) 2002
  • Central European University, Summer University: faculty member at, Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management program, Budapest (Hungary), 2002
  • Harvard Graduate School of Design- Research Triangle Institute: “Coordination of strategic and financial planning”, Urban marketing practicum, Sinaia, (Romania) 2002
  • Harvard Graduate School of Design- Research Triangle Institute: “Market oriented planning”, Urban marketing practicum, Sinaia, (Romania) 2002
  • IFC-Open Society Institue: “Strategic planning”, Local Economic Development Program, Pristina (Kososvo), 2002
  • WORLD BANK INSTITUTE-LGI-UNDP Initiative for Central Asia: “Water sector policies, the Hungarian experience” at Workshop for Creating networks for Local Governance, Bratislava, (Slovakia) 2001
  • Central European University, Summer University: faculty member at, Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management program, Budapest (Hungary), 2001
  • World Bank Institute – LGI / OSI, course director and faculty member with various presentations at the Urban and City Management core course, Budapest (Hungary), 2001 summer
  • WORLD BANK INSTITUTE: “Decentralization and participation” at Regional Workshop on Civic Participation in Government and Community Empowerment, Szentendre, (Hungary) 2001
  • USAID- World Bank Institute: “Balancing of overlaping Local and National Interests” at Course on Imtergovernmental Fiscal Relations, Budapest, 2001
  • Stability Pact for South-Eastern-Europe, Task Force for Good Governance: “Decentralization Framework” and “local Budgeting” at Budapest Round Table Seminar on Good Governance, Budapest, 2001
  • Europa Movement in Serbia – UNDP: „Privatization and pricing of local services”, in Towards More Transparent Budgeting and Procurement for Serbain Municipalities program, Belgrad, Serbia, 2001
  • World Bank Institute: „Local Government Financial Reform During the Transition”, at Intergovernmental Realtion Global Network program workshop, Budapest, Hungary, 2001
  • World Bank Institute – LGI / OSI, course director and faculty member with various presentations at the Urban and City Management core course, Budapest (Hungary), 2000-2001 winter.
  • Council of Europe: “Possible Process of Local Government Reforms and Capacity Building” Workshop on Local Finance and Management, Preskopia, Albania, 2000
  • USAID-DAI-Urban Institute, faculty member, at Fiscal decentralization course, Mavorvo, Macedonia, 2000
  • Budapest Technical University, Institute of Urbanism, “Strategic Planning” in Urban Planning Seminars to Post-Graduates, Budapest (Hungary), 2000.
  • Council of Europe: “Financial reform strategies during the Transition”, at Local Finance seminar, Budapest, 2000
  • Central European University, Summer University: faculty member at, Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management program, Budapest (Hungary), 2000.
  • Slazburg Seminar faculty member, on Session on Entrepreneurial cities, Salzburg (Austria), 2000.
  • World Bank: “Restructuring of Financial Management during the Transition” WORLD BANK INSTITUTE Core course on Budgeting, Washington D.C. (USA), 2000.
  • World Bank Institute-Eurasia Institute, “Reform of Financial Management and Strategic Planning at the Municipality of Budapest” Program on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management, Alamaty (Kazakhstan), 2000.
  • World Bank Institute -Eurasia Institute, “ User charges and demand side policies for infrastructure” Program on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management, Almaty (Kazakhstan), 2000.
  • World Bank-Council of Europe-USAID, “Alternative service delivery”, Program on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management, Budapest (Hungary), 2000.
  • Joint Africa Institute – World Bank: “Decentralization and Development”, Policy and Institutional Reform for Sustainable Rural Development, core course of World Bank, Abidjan (Ivory Cost), 1999.
  • Office of The Chief Architect of Budapest: “Urban Development Concept of Budapest”, Budapest (Hungary), 1999.
  • USAID-ICMA: instructor and presenter of various topics, in Cities Matter: Local Government Practices for Economic Development, training course, as, Budapest (Hungary), 1999.
  • World Bank Institute -Open Society Institute, “ User charges and demand side policies for infrastructure” The Central European University Summer Program on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management, Budapest (Hungary), 1999.
  • World Bank Institute -Open Society Institute, “Reform of Financial Management and Strategic Planning at the Municipality of Budapest” The Central European University Summer Program on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management, Budapest (Hungary), 1999.
  • World Bank, “Privatization of Public Utilities in Budapest” Seminar for Mayors on Fiscal Decentralization and Local Government Policy, Antalya (Turkey) 1999
  • PHARE, “Strategic Planning”, Workshop for the Cross-border Cooperation Program of West Hungary, Keszthely (Hungary), 1999.
  • USAID, “Strategic Planning”, Conference on Reform of Local Fiscal Management, Budapest (Hungary), 1999.
  • Harvard Institute for International Development, “Waste Management in Budapest” Course on Public Private Partnerships in Municipal Waste Management, April 1998 (also April 1997)
  • World Bank-Council of Europe, “Reform of Financial Management at the Municipality of Budapest”, Course on Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Local Financial Management, Budapest (Hungary), 1998
  • Budapest Technical University, Institute of Urbanism, “Decision Matrix for Capital Budgeting” Urban Planning Seminar to Post-Graduates, Budapest (Hungary), 1999.
  • Budapest Technical University, Institute of Urbanism, “Strategic Urban Planning,” Urban Planning Seminar to Post-Graduates, Budapest (Hungary), 1997.
  • USAID: “Decision matrix for Capital Investment planning” training manual for Reform of Budgeting in Hungarian Local Government, training program for Municipal Officials, 1997

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