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New Mooc on Voluntary Local Reviews is launched!

Through updated and exclusive videos, with infographics, quizzes, practical examples and best practices, this course was designed to provide Local and Regional Governments (LRGs) interested in developing their VLRs with key information and a few directions and recommendations.

UCLG Learning Forum in Daejeon will highlight learning methodologies and tools that will strengthen the Pact for the Future

“To meet new challenges, cities need Learning, Learning, Learning” - these were the words of our leaders 6 years ago, when the Learning Forum gathered in Bogota (see video

4th edition of the online Course "Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals: Tools for Local Transformation"

To this end, the course aims to train and provide tools to local and regional governments (LRGs) and their associations to implement and adapt the SDGs at the local level, a process known as “localization of the SDGs”.

This training is based on the 3 learning modules on the SDGs localization and the roadmap designed by the UCLG and Global Taskforce of Local and Regional Governments, UNDP-Art and UN-Habitat, to support local and regional governments in the formulation, planning and implementation of policies in

New Resilience Learning Module focuses on key role of local governance for DRR and Resilience Building

Coinciding with the launch of the Making Cities Resilient 2030 campaign,, United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), together with United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the United Nations Human Settlements Program

The learning team of UCLG and UCLG Africa are engaging African drivers in the SDG “Train”

With the collaboration of the Municipal Institute of Learning of Ethekwini, the training in Accra counted with 50 participants from 6 countries and 25 cities from 22 and 27 of April.

A visit to the colleagues of UCLG MEWA

The Retreat which took place the 26 and 27 of February was a gathering of representatives of the whole UCLG MEWA section.

Putting into practice the new Learning Module 2 on Territorial Planning to achieve the SDGs in Santiago de Chile!

Local Governments and their Associations are forerunners in the localization process of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) worldwide. Many local leaders are committed to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda and their politics build upon the principles of the SDGs.

It Takes Two to Tango: Modalities and benefits of the collaboration between universities and local governments

By Kelly Henao – Columbus Association,  Daniel Samoilovich – Columbus Association, Sara Hoeflich - United Cities and Local Governments.



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