The session entitled “Upgrading Culture in Sustainable Development: The Time is Now” took place on 20 April.
The #CitiesAreListening experience on the Future Tourism Strategy, hosted by UCLG and powered by the Union of Ibero American Capital Cities (UCCI), saw local and regional governments and their partners discuss the effects of the pandemic on the tourism sector, address the new meaning of tourism i
The aim of this session is to consolidate a dialogue between global cultural civil society networks and local and regional governments in the frame of the UCLG Pact for the Future.
This exchange aims to highlight key questions relating public space to health, such as: accessibility, flexibility, design, management and maintenance, connectivity and equitable distribution and more importantly as cities start to emerge from lock-down,we need to re-build confidence about being
To further discuss how COVID-19 is impacting development cooperation by international organisations, national governments ànd local governments, UCLG and CIB have decided to organise a high-level dialogue (a #CitiesareListening event), where we invite representatives from all of these parties.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that it is not possible to separate the protection of health from other public services. The current situation has also opened up new spaces for collaboration between actors working on different levels and areas to respond together to joint challenges.
The Al-LAs Alliance, within the framework of its 11th Learning Workshop, seeks to capitalize on the importance of working in global networks, in order to be able to respond to crises and emergencies at a global level.
On Thursday, 22nd of October, the #CitiesAreListening experience took place in the form of an open conversation between María Fernanda Espinosa, President of the 73 UN General Assembly, and Dr Vasu Gounden, Founder and Executive Director of ACCORD, in which they