During the launch event, Marlène Siméon, director of PLATFORMA, gave a warm welcome to attendees from over 60 countries – a truly global network!
Sharing new tool with learning forum– regional section trainers
The course, organized as a self e-learning format, will focus on eight specific thematic areas such as housing, mobility, digital technologies, migration, culture, local finance, public services and gender.
The Live Learning Session that took place on April 23, 2020 organized in collaboration Global Fund for Cities Development (FMDV) and UNCDF, provided an opportunity to foster exchanges among local and regional governments and key partners such as the Frenc
UCLG’s preparations for the HLPF 2020
The aim of the webinar series is to increase the awareness for the involvement of the local and regional level when reporting on the SDGs and to demonstrate concrete steps how local and regional governments and their associations can take part in the reporting process.
Climate change, and its visible effects, such as extreme meteorological events, torrential rains, stronger tropical storms, long droughts and heat waves, raise important challenges for cities all around the world.
At the opening, Johnny Araya, Mayor of San Jose and UCLG co-president, welcomed the 35 participants from Honduras, Belize, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Panama, and Costa Rica to the 3-day learning exchange.
During the meeting of the Platforma Autumn Steering Committee, which took place in Brussels from 16 -18 of September, Platforma members had the opportunity to review the results of their activities and engage with the European Commission and other technicians, as well as