During this two day gathering delegates from local and regional governments, brought together by the GTF, shared their visions and experiences with members of national governments, civil society and international institutions.
The participation of representatives of associations of local and regional governments is especially important since the progress made in the localization of the SDGs will be presented to the United Nations during the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) in July 2019.
How to provide a future for African youth, the issue of street children, challenging the the ubiquity of informal settlements in the largest cities of the region, the role that the informal sector plays in the African economy, and curbing the inequalities in Africa were some of the issues that we
The event was a platform where to strengthen links with the Eurasian members and for local and regional leaders to exchange their experience and best practices on the SDGs implementation.
Heads and representatives of cities, associations of local governments and international experts from Armenia, Spain, Russia, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, the Republic of South Africa, Tajikistan, Abkhazia, Algeria and Mongolia took part in the event.
Over 65% of the targets linked with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are directly related to local basic service provision: from water and sanitation to elementary education, energy consumption and accountable institutions.
The publication "Culture in the Sustainable Development Goals: A Guide for Local Action" aims to provide practical guidance to local and regional governments, civil society organisations, private organisations, culture and development professionals, and other sta
Quito, the host city for the Habitat III conference where the New Urban Agenda was approved, continues to progress in the localisation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), actively engaging with their civic responsibility in the process.