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Ce blog se veut un espace de partage de connaissances, d'opinions, de plaidoyer et de débat, à la fois entre les membres de CGLU mais aussi avec la communauté internationale de gouvernements locaux et régionaux. Contributions et commentaires sont les bienvenus, de toute personne qui s'intéresse à la façon dont les gouvernements locaux et régionaux peuvent faire du monde un meilleur endroit pour leurs citoyens, sont ici les bienvenus.

Lisez et  découvrez les initiatives locales des plus variées, innovantes et actuelles des gouvernements locaux et de leurs partenaires de par le monde.

Cities Diplomacy Series
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- 07/10/2014
In the following post, Pablo Chillón shares the results of his recent investigations into the attributes and characteristics of the lobby strategies developed by cities and the goals of city advocacy, as well as the extent of and insights into the global performance of true urban diplomacy by cities. (+)
World Cities Day
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For the first time ever, the United Nations has declared 31 October ''World Cities Day'', recognising and highlighting the critical role that cities and smart urban planning have to play in sustainable development. To coincide with World Cities Day, UN Habitat and the Guardian also put out a call for the best existing urban ideas. (+)
Belo Horizonte
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Inclusion Sociale - 29/09/2014
L´Observatoire Villes Inclusives est un espace d'analyse et de réflexion sur des politiques locales d´inclusion sociale geré par la Commission d’Inclusion Sociale de CGLU. (+)
Lucia Tengani - Organic waste in Mtandire
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Baziwell is one of the pioneers of a movement started several years ago to improve the urban environment in this unplanned settlement on the edge of Malawi’s capital. Lilongwe city authorities have long neglected waste collection in poor areas like this. (+)
Climate Summit for resilient cities
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This week’s UN Climate Summit has generated commitments to raise $2 billion of in-kind and direct support for cities threatened by extreme weather events fuelled by climate change. (+)
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Célestine Ketcha Epse Courtés, Mayor of Bagangté Municipality (Cameroon) thinks that it is crucial to take local priorities as the starting point for development co-operation. She developed a project to provide drinking water to my citizens. With support from the International Association of Francophone Mayors. (+)

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