Intermediary cities hold unique opportunities and solutions to address global challenges and are fundamental for accelerating efforts around international agreements, especially the localization of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In addition to mayors and elected representatives from the cities of Soria, Madrid, Avilés, Santander, Seville, A Coruña, Murcia, Aranjuez, Terrassa, Nigrán, Granollers, Palencia, Trujillo, Benavites, and Legazpi and the presence of the Provincial Governments of Soria, Cordoba and Barcelona met i
In this regard, Minister of Territorial Policies and Public Service Meritxell Batet from the Spanish Government, and Minister of Territorial Planning Abdelahad Fassi Fihri from the Moroccan Government discussed cooperation between countries at a bilateral meeting
The city of Soria will once again be at the centre of European politics. In this edition, the central discussion will be the role of intermediary cities.The program and the participants of the event will be known soon.
Highlights of the programme
In this framework, the UCLG Forum on Intermediary Cities, consolidated as a consultation and policy development process, has adopted the Declaration-Charter of the Intermediary Cities of the World at the first UCLG World Forum
From 5-7 July, mayors, local and regional leaders, experts, senior government officials and representatives of international organisations from around the world will gather in Chefchaouen for a global forum to discuss and demonstrate how intermediary cities can promote sustainable development at
Under the leadership of the city of Riberalta and the Latin American Coordination of Local Authorities for the unity in the diversity (FLACMA) , and co-organized by the Vice-Ministry of Autonomies of Bolivia, the National Association of Municipalities of Bolivia (AMB), the International L
After celebrating the regional fórums of intermediary cities in Odienné (Africa), Nevsehir (Middle East and West Asia), and Terrassa (Europe), the city of Cuenca, renowned for being an innovative city when it comes to local practices in Latin America, welcomes the Continental Forum of Int
The UCLG Forum on Intermediary Cities is a consultation and policy development process that culminates in an event every two years. The Forum process is led by the City of Chefchouen and supported by a core structure of pilot Intermediary Cities: