The training program aimed to enhance the capacity of municipal professionals on city diplomacy, decentralized cooperation and local governance.
Venice City Solutions 2030 is an annual event to advance and promote localization of the SDGs, identifying and sharing promising tools and practices of local and regional governments.
The course, offered in English, Spanish and French, lasts three months and at this end of its first half, representatives from different areas of the World Secretariat’s organization participated, commenting on the debates based on their practical experience in localization from their areas, such
The course aims to train and provide tools for local and regional governments (LRGs) and their associations to implement and adapt the SDGs at the local level, a process known as "localizing the SDGs".
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We are seeing a clear lack of trust from our communities in the institutions that represent them, and we keep seeing how governing systems are being challenged throughout the world.
The online course, free and available in English, French and Spanish, is focused preferentially to technical and political leaders of the fields of international relations, sustainable development cooperation, public policy planning, or other areas of government work related to Implementation of
It is essential to define the rights of a global citizenship through local realities. That is why, when we talk about getting a seat at global decision-making tables, we are seeking a seat for our communities and for those closest to the people being affected by these decisions.
The 2019 High-Level Political Forum, convened under the auspices of ECOSOC, is the main platform for the review of the 2030 Agenda.
The Workshop on “Enhancing the Capacity of Local Governments in Localising the SDGs” will be held in Siem Riep, Cambodia, on 8th and 9th April 2019.