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The Future is Public Transport Campaign
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Public Transport - 30/03/2021
United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and the International Union of Public Transport (UITP) join C40 Cities and the International Transport Workers’ Federation in The Future is Public Transport Campaign to ensure that public transport is safeguarded and strengthened in the recovery from COVID-19 and that financing is secured to ensure mass transit and local service provision can continue to work towards fostering solidarity and protecting people and the planet through access to services and sustainable modes of transport. (+)
Alliance between organised civil society and local governments; critical piece of feminist municipalism
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genderequality, csw65 - 29/03/2021
In the context of the 65th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW65), UCLG organised an open dialogue between local and regional governments and civil society organisations in order to advance on gender equality and women empowerment as means for resilient communities that care. (+)
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UCLG through its Working Group on Capacity and Institution-Building is currently starting the drafting of an updated Policy Paper on local government development cooperation. (+)
Gallery view of zoom of all the participants at the CSW65 session
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- 25/03/2021
In the framework of the 65th session of the Committee on the Status of Women (CSW65), LRG and ambassadors of the Generation Equality Forums met to discuss the critical importance of multilateralism for the cocreation of solutions In the framework of the 65th session of the Committee on the Status of Women (CSW65), LRG and ambassadors of the Generation Equality Forums met to discuss the critical importance of multilateralism for the cocreation of solutions (+)
MC2CM Mediterranean City to City Migration Peer Learning Event
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The Mediterranean City to City Migration (MC2CM) Peer Learning Event on “Inclusive Local Citizenship'', organized from 16 to 18  March 2021 by MC2CM and the UCLG Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights (UCLG-CSIPDHR) garnered the participation of around 100 MC2CM stakeholders - international organisations, city networks, civil society (CSO) and migrant associations. Over the three days, around 25 cities exchanged practices and explored prevalent notions, challenges and opportunities amongst local and regional governments (LRGs) towards ensuring inclusive local citizenship and the universal Right to the City. (+)
Roundtable with Special Rapporteurs, Local and Regional Governments, and Civil Society Organizations: text written on rectangle on an image of a street in a city
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- 23/03/2021
Collaborating internationally and working locally towards care and systemic transformation (+)

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