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“Decentralization” or “Decentralisation”

Language

Decentralization and decentralisation are both English terms.

Usage

Decentralization is predominantly used in 🇺🇸 American English (en-US) while decentralisation is predominantly used in 🇬🇧 British English (en-GB). Of course, there are other varieties of English that may use one versus the other.

Examples

Below, we provide some examples of when to use decentralization or decentralisation with sample sentences.

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Examples in Context

Examples of “decentralization”

  • of Ottawa and the accelerating decentralization of education drawing students
  • and other contemporary mechanisms of decentralization in the administration;Continual improvement
  • The 2015 decentralization law aims at establishing
  • "Decentralization and Project Evaluation under
  • Indeed, if the Saudi-American decentralization 'road map to peace'
  • Vegas which increased and the decentralization of a gang unit.
  • Discusses the Twubakane Decentralization and Health Project in
  • Decentralization and centralization have been
  • of regional languages and the decentralization of certain government functions,
  • the principles of self-sufficiency, education, decentralization, and reforestation.

Examples of “decentralisation”

  • the Centre Party, which supports decentralisation, free will, free and
  • on voluntary association, freedom and decentralisation.
  • the French government's policy of decentralisation, overseas departments have elected
  • of the land, peasant-like freedom, decentralisation, "the issue of poor
  • 1998, the government proposed similar decentralisation of power across England.
  • represented rural communities and supported decentralisation of political power from
  • amendment' to allow for bespoke decentralisation to its members, which
  • anarchism and Marxism is between decentralisation and centralisation, with anarchists
  • The Centre Party characteristically supports decentralisation, particularly decreasing the central
  • Decentralisation is the policy that


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