These days’ different organisations are involved and are influencing the system when dealing with social problems. Firstly, the citizen’s individual’s participation to improve the wellbeing of the community. Secondly, the community they may represent the interest of a group, organisation and / or individuals. Lastly, the government they have the responsibility for legislation, social and economic planning, public policy and program, safety and protection of community members, etc. Government agencies invest and deliver services for the community such as: education and employment opportunities; secure, sustainable housing and infrastructure; and good health and wellbeing across the life course. These diverse services are provided to people across their life span and include: community development; early intervention services; advice and information; crisis support; and ongoing services. (How government works, 2016)
Local authorities such as the county and city councils have roles such as education, libraries, public transport, emergency planning which will contribute in more of the latest technology resources which will help the people of illness or of people who need immediate medical attention; this will help services throughout a city or a county. Planning and development to improve on the communities appearance; this will make the people in the society love the place where they live which may lead to less criminal damage. Also fire and public safety and waste management and trading standards. Councils make decisions on the situations within the community; they do this by holding council meetings to discuss what needs to be done to help the society. Members of the public are allowed to attend the meetings so they have first hearing of the decisions discussed than those who don’t attend. All decisions the council make in these meeting must be later published. In my opinion I would say that local authorities are a good thing to have as they can focus on small communities than looking at things as a whole country, otherwise no problems within a community will be solved. I think there should be no improvements for local authorities as they tackle all areas that need improving in the community. Local authorities help the public
Issues from the linkage institutions do not always make it to the policymaking system because if it did not get much attention from the people it would not be considered. Because interest groups and political parties sometimes are based off particular issues, they are not always apart of the government’s agenda.
This article is part of my series on Considerations and Ideas for Improving Government and Civil Society, and constitutes its second article.
Her final section acts as her conclusion; she touches once more on the factors that back the need for change and the inequalities faced amid the communities and autonomous institutions. Similarly, this is also the section she uses to somewhat tie all her information she set forth into her purpose for writing this work: to discuss and analyze why autonomous institutions are formed and how they operate. Her organizational system was to offer extremely sufficient evidence to support her major claims and ideas in the first two sections and then creating a summary as the final section to offer her thoughts on
As the notion of autonomy demands a more participatory role in a sub state national communities affairs, it is important to include the concept of justice. Which, for Fraser, “has a single principle, the capacity to participate as a peer with everyone else, that can apply as a single principle to other demands such as the economy” (D’Arcy, October 28). This idea of justice, also encompasses the segment that justice has a reflexive nature, which is to say that it can “correct itself and be corrected” (D’Arcy, October 28) when need be. There is a political dimension of justice that Fraser describes as concerning “the scope of the state’s jurisdiction and the decision rules by which it structures contestation” (Fraser 2010, pg.17). This is much more than solidifying a sense of self belonging within the community that a member feels or establishing the criteria to become a member of these communities, but of “the circle of those entitled to a just distribution and reciprocal recognition. Establishing decision rules […] set the procedures for staging and resolving contests in both the economic and cultural dimensions” (Fraser 2010, pg. 17). Most importantly, is that “it tells us not only who can make claims for redistribution and recognition, but also how
The political and administrative arms of government could be identified as the power structures described within the case study. The political arm being responsible for the legislation and the administrative arm for advice and implementation. Without these power structures the impacts of the legislation may never have arisen. The issue is both an individual and societal problem, due to culture, behaviour and norms that have allowed these problems to arise and grow. The societal aspect is the bigger influencer here
Another is that Filipinos have a culture of apathy and tend to use religion incorrectly and passively. People depend on religion and settle for what’s okay. In addition, the initial reaction of Filipinos to change is resistance, and this is why the country does not necessarily progress, or at least, progress at a continuous rate. Then, countries like Spain and Portugal only rode the “economic tiger” after “they realized that the only way to survive was change” (3.Y). Plus, according to another critic, the Philippines already had the experience of being under the parliamentary system during the time of Marcos which only resulted in a People Power Revolution. So why should the country bother going back to that? (4.Y)
When planning the budget, the government needs to be more tactical. Overall, the governments should spend more money on basic needs for their citizens, for the improvement in crime rates, satisfaction of individuals, and society's stability. The governors should change their tactics on budgets, with more money for basic needs. Finally, this will be beneficial to not only individuals, but the society as a whole. If the government chooses to meet people's basic
The administrators, not just have the ability to speak to their kin, yet additionally administer for peace and great administration of the State. This includes in the fundamental, having a say in interpreting inclinations into strategy through the establishment of high effect laws that would induce peace furthermore, security of the lives and properties of the residents. Great enactments check clashes and this is extremely basic in each steady majority rules system. This, Johnson and Nakamara (1999) say requires accommodating contrasts once explained, and also squeezing the lawmaking body's case to control against the official and other power holders, for example, political gatherings. In this manner, law - making is essential to the
As we all know the Philippines is very diverse, and diversity is beautiful and brilliant. Because it means we have a lot of things to offer and we have a lot of things to share. Federalism will strengthen ties and will promote creativity and competitiveness on local governments. This will constitute a big challenge to the citizens and will encourage them to actively participate in their local government’s activities and events. In short, socio-political stability and participation will be greater among
Papua New Guinea has undergone numerous government reforms with the aim of improving effective service delivery throughout the country. Since its independence in 1975 the country has achieved a lot in terms of development especially in the urban areas but not much has been achieved in the rural areas. Recently, the government has come up with the District Development Authority as a development tool in bringing funding closer to the people in the districts. The District Development Authority has decentralised administrative and financial powers to the district. However, there are districts that are yet to meet the minimum standards to be fully functional as a district administration. There are ongoing problems in the districts that needs attention by the government to consider before implementing its decentralisation policy. This paper will address the Organic Law on Provincial and Local Level Government which the DDA and Reform in Intergovernmental Financing was derived from (RIGFA). The issues that arose and made the government to decentralise the financial powers to the districts. The policy interventions of the main actors in the government especially the National Economic and Fiscal Commission. As a result of the DDA it may lead to some the policy implications that the districts may encounter in the near future. Conclude with some solutions to the current problems of the reform.
Planning is for the common people and for the community development then it should not be complete concern of the planners or the central policy makers; rather it should be the concern of the whole community and whole society. Thus the traditional planning process needs to be revised and modified to make room for the common people to take part in the decision making process. The local communities, elected
FALLO BLANCO:más que una providencia sobre el fondo del conflicto suscitado a propósito de una actividad de la administración pública francesa, es una resolución de clara estirpe procedimental por medio de la cual se resolvió un conflicto de competencias entre la jurisdicción administrativa y la ordinaria. El carácter del asunto puesto a consideración del tribunal y la profundidad de sus razonamientos le dan a esta providencia un carácter sustancial y definitorio en torno a la autonomía del Derecho administrativo; la universalidad del fallo le permitió servir de fundamento a gran cantidad de los planteamientos típicos del Derecho público administrativo, incluso a la justificación del criterio de los servicios públicos como determinante de la administración, su derecho, la jurisdicción contenciosa y los servicios públicos como elementos clave de cualquier análisis administrativo. De aquí que sea considerado por algunos la piedra angular del Derecho administrativo, el punto de partida o nacimiento de un Derecho administrativo moderno, y por otros, la consolidación de un proceso de formación, cuyo instante estelar, anterior, se produjo con la revolución francesa. Los hechos que fundamentan esta providencia no tienen nada especial frente a algunos otros, anteriormente resueltos por los tribunales. Lo importante de este fallo es que dio origen a
In the tradition, government are the central and the unique actor in political decision-making, administrating society and providing services. For example, government provides the social welfare services. And government was the only legitimate ruler in society to make regulations. However, the government position has been weakened by the changing dynamics of society. It is more focusing on governance as a process of governing, rather than looking at government as the only decision-maker. Therefore, governance has been depicted as ‘the process whereby societies or organisations make important decisions, determine whom they involve and how they render account.’ But this is a very simple narrative about governance that only explains part of characters of governance. And it has not explicitly explains what governance means. Since governance is a process, there are various ways to answer the question depending on which approaches being used in the process. Due to this, governance can have different explanations.