United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and the Capacity and Institution Building Working Group (CIB) are organizing a series of webinars on the role of local and regional governments and their associations in reporting on the Sustainable Dev
Local and regional governments around the world are at the forefront of the current crisis, working together with communities and health authorities to mitigate the current outbreak of COVID-19 while maintaining a
Building synergies, creating bridges and sharing resources- these are the objectives for cooperation efforts in the inclusion of migrants and refugees.
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.
The MC2CM peer to peer learning event on "How to build knowledge on urban migration: innovative tools and practices to face data challenges" will take place in Amman, Jordan on 19-20 March.
The participation of representatives of associations of local and regional governments is especially important since the progress made in the localization of the SDGs will be presented to the United Nations during the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) in July 2019.
Mayor of Rosario Mónica Fein, Vice-President of UCLG, participated on the opening ceremony, highlighting that “cities have opened learning spaces for a more participative, inclusive and sustainable world”. During the same occasion, Carlos Carreira, Mayor