NALAG - The National Association of Local Authorities

NALAG - The National Association of Local Authorities

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Office: Georgia
Address: 142, A. Beliashvili Str., 0159, Tbilisi
Website: nala.ge
E-mail(s): office@nala.ge
Contact person: Kakha Kaladze, President Mayor of Tbilisi city
Phone: +995 32 2726734 / +995 32 27267 35
Awards in: Georgia Georgia
Sectors: Programme & Resource Management, Public ... See more Programme & Resource Management, Public Administration
Nr. of employees: N/A
Types: NGO NGO
Status: Active


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The National Association of Local Authorities of Georgia (NALAG) is a non-governmental, nonprofit and non-political organization which unites all entities of local self-governance.

NALAG aims at further developing the local self-governance system; developing democracy at the local level; decentralizing the government power throughout the country; and developing the local self-governance institutions.

National Association of Local Authorities of Georgia was established at the joint initiative of the Council of Europe and European Commission on 17 December 2004.  600 delegates from all levels of self-governance (village, community, town and city) were invited at the founding congress of NALAG. The delegates approved the Charter of NALAG and elected its President and Executive Board. Many international organizations were involved in the founding process.

The main objectives of  the National Association of Local Authorities of Georgia are as follows:

  • Defend interests of local self-government bodies at the national and international level;
  • Promote development of local democracy in Georgia;
  • Cooperate with the central authorities on decentralization issues;
  • Provide competent services to the member self-government authorities;
  • Promote raising the qualification level of civil servants and elected officials at the self-government entities and secure social guarantees;
  • Identify problems of the local self-governance and interconnect local self-government bodies, generalize/introduce the existing practical experience and achievements.

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