Live learning experience

Ensuring income and investment in local service provision is critical for global recovery

The Live Learning Session that took place on April 23, 2020 organized in collaboration Global Fund for Cities Development (FMDV) and UNCDF, provided an opportunity to foster exchanges among local and regional governments and key partners such as the Frenc

The cultural mobilization in the COVID-19 pandemic

This Live Learning Session that took place on April 22, organized in collaboration with  UCLG Committee on Culture partners the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and the Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), addressed the cultural response at the local le

UCLG Presidency sets a Decalogue for the COVID-19 aftermath

The Presidency meeting that took place on April 20 highlighted not just how the current crisis is modifying the ways in which we gather and exchange, but also the immense commitment of our Presidency to the network, and to set a frame for discussion on the future.

Local Government Associations: multiplying and upscaling of measures

Nairobi, Barcelona, 9 April - The live learning session that took place today, co-organized by the Capacity and Institution Building Working Group of UCLG, brought together associations of local and regional governments, partners from the civil society, key actors from Local Government Associatio

Mobility, a cornerstone of public services in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

Nairobi, Barcelona, 9 April 2020  - The third in the Live Learning Series, which was  co-organized with the International Union of Public Transport (UITP) on 8 April brought together local and regional governments, partners from civil society, key actors in the transport sphere, and the

Ensuring everyone can #StayAtHome through the provision of public services

The live learning session that took place on April 1 co-organized by the UCLG Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights brought together local, regional, and regional governments, partners from the civil society and the United Nations to address the housing crisis, a

#CULTUREcovid19 The cultural mobilization of cities and local governments in the COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19 is hitting the cultural life of our communities very severely. Libraries, memorials, community centres, museums and all cultural venues are closing… Performances, festivals, parades, carnivals and intangible heritage events are cancelled.

Local and regional leaders showcase the value of public services to respond to the COVID-19 crisis

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