UCLG, Metropolis, and the Seoul Human Resources Development Center (SHRDC), with the collaboration of UCLG-ASPAC, join efforts to organize a “Resilient City” online training, building on the experience of the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Resilience Learning Modules developed by UCLG toge
More than half of the world’s population resides in urban and metropolitan areas, with many cities still experiencing rapid growth and urbanization.
The initiative carries on the legacy of the previous campaign “Making Cities Resilient” and establishes a new platform for the community of experts, providers and practitioners working to enhance resilience in cities and territories.
The Asia-Pacific region is the most exposed to natural hazards in the world, and cities and local governments in the region have valuable experiences in recovery and response that the world can learn from.
Sharing new tool with learning forum– regional section trainers
The OWHC, an international network that brings together local governments that have a heritage site inscribed on the UNESCO world Heritage List, represents a collective intelligence on all issues related to the urban management of world heritage property.
The Barcelona Resilience Week occurred in parallel to the Smart City Expo World Congress and showcased a wide range of initiatives and approaches to address urban challenges and implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),
Cities will therefore play a defining role in achieving many of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and this is acknowledged in SDG11 for inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities.