The European Group for Public Administration (EGPA)
The European Group for Public Administration is a regional group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS). EGPA supports the development of the IIAS and provides a major contribution to the achievement of the mission of the institute: developing public administration and the public service worldwide. EGPA aims at being the European Platform for Public Administration for academics and practitioners alike. Clic sur LOGO renvoie à la page dédiée EGPA
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTES OF ADMINISTRATION (IASIA)
The IASIA is an entity of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS). It is an association of organisations and individuals whose activities and interests focus on public administration and management. The activities of IASIA target the education and training of public administrators and managers.
Latin American Group for Public Administration (LAGPA)
Asian Group for Public Administration (AGPA) is regional group affiliated to IIAS. It is aimed to attract and convene institutions and organizations in the field of Public Administration in Asia through academic activities and events and to promote the development of administrative science in Asia. AGPA is a flexible and light-structured network which mainly carries out academic activities and events, with the guidance and support of IIAS and on the basis of mutual respect, consultation and voluntary participation. The Steering Committee of AGPA is responsible for setting the direction and the organizing the academic exchange activities of AGPA.
The Latin American Group for Public Administration (LAGPA), founded in 2010, is a Regional group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences with its Secretariat based at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. LAGPA gathers scholars and practitioners willing to discuss experiences and trends on Public Administration of the Latin American and the Caribbean region. LAGPA was constituted to promote the capacity to govern attached to the Democratic State of Law that permanently seek the welfare of societies in the countries of the region and with the aim of promoting administrative culture in government institutions and public servants in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to its idiosyncrasies and educational and technological possibilities.