regional governance

regional governance

A term of art referring to the regional management frameworks and controls in the UK that ensure that new systems introduced in the NHS are used efficiently at the local level.
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According to Rowe, the implementation of a regional governance structure that covers the Americas, Europe and Asia will foster more engagement by and more leadership opportunities for members in diverse markets around the world.
An advisory committee to oversee the delivery of the plan will also be established, while regional governance groups in key horticulture areas will develop and implement regional action plans in alignment with the state-wide plan.
Success stories typically emphasise the critical role of mayors as strong leaders when other fortuitous and perhaps less visible conditions such as a growing economy, dynamic and expanding economic sectors and supportive national and regional governance and investment are at least equally if not more important.
Meanwhile, John Hall, chief executive of Professional Liverpool, said: "The support offered across the breadth of the private sector interests offers an opportunity for our civic leaders to present a collective, unified proposition so that central government is confident that our combined authority will deliver their vision of devolved powers and regional governance.
Whilst there are varying levels of sophistication between the regional governance frameworks, it is clear that newly developed legal and regulatory legislation has put governance as a central issue in the Arabic corporate world.
As the old order of dictators is destroyed, and the resulting wars and chaos kill off and demoralize patriotic Muslim majorities and Christian minorities, all Middle Eastern peoples will be ready for a new world order of global regional governance.
Under the Aquino administration, the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro, signed in March 17, 2014 between the government and the MILF, offers more resources and wider latitude for regional governance in addition to what was obtained under the GPH-MNLF Final Peace Agreement in 1996.
Another example is how Egypt and Sudan are members of the Nile Basic Initiative with seven other states that border the Nile River, so that they can all sort out their water use issues in a focused context with no reference to the Arab League or other regional governance bodies, like the 54-member African Union.
Petros Florides is regional governance advisor for World Vision International, and executive officer of World Vision Cyprus.
Indeed a recent event sponsored by the Futures Network West Midlands saw a lively discussion not so much over the merits or otherwise of HS2 but rather how it can be used to maximise regional growth, and regional governance was very much at the centre of the discussion.
On this, a less London-centred approach to High Speed Rail requires the return of power to cities like Birmingham and Coventry, a fresh impetus towards regional governance, and a more equitable distribution of funding between London and the rest.
Kampala 23 October 2013-While peace talks stretch on in Kampala, the M23 is teaching hundreds of new officials about Che Guevara, Gandhi and how to get ahead in regional governance.
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