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Este blog es un espacio para el intercambio de conocimientos, de opinión, promoción y debate, tanto entre los miembros de CGLU y la comunidad de los gobiernos locales y regionales. Son bienvenidas las contribuciones y comentarios de cualquier persona interesada en cómo los gobiernos subnacionales pueden hacer del mundo un lugar mejor para sus ciudadanos.

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Emilia Saiz
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UCLG is a worldwide organization of all levels of local authorities. We represent cities, regions, departments, provinces, and our role is three-fold. We provide a voice for local government, internationally while promoting innovation and best practices exchange. (+)
Placemaking and Place-Led Development: A New Paradigm for Cities of the Future
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At the Urban Age Conference in Delhi last November, head of UN-Habitat Joan Clos stressed the need for a new paradigm for shaping communities around the world, whether in rural areas or urban centers. When asked if that meant that government(s) would need to change as well, Dr. Clos replied with a brief... (+)
Cooperación descentralizada y servicios públicos
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- 27/02/2015
La cooperación descentralizada es un instrumento privilegiado para contribuir a los desafíos de los gobiernos locales en cuanto a garantizar un acceso universal y de calidad a los servicios públicos, promoviendo una mayor equidad y solidaridad y velando por la sostenibilidad ambiental. (+)
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The case study of the Greater London Authority (GLA)’s equality policy, developed by the Inclusive Cities Observatory, analyzes the GLA equality policy started in 2000 under the mayoralty of Ken Livingstone (2000-08). The policy continues under the current mayor, Boris Johnson. (+)
On the road to Paris
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Climate change - 26/02/2015
The UN climate negotiations in Geneva concluded successfully with a formal draft negotiating text agreed (PDF) that will serve as the basis for further deliberations in the run-up to the 21st Conference of the Parties in Paris. (+)
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As poor families face the greatest development challenges, and are also most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, Paul Steele (IIED) and Aaron Atteridge (SEI) argue that their perspectives must be taken into account in providing finance. (+)

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