The Fifth Forum, which took place in two sessions (virtually during the 7th of July, and physically in the United Nations headquarters on the 12th) provided a space to raise the voices of local and regional governments, present the 2022 Report to the HLPF and place the importance of service deliv
This report provides the most updated and comprehensive understanding of the efforts that LRGs have been undertaking to promote quality and lifelong education for all (SDG 4), gender equality (SDG 5), life below water (SDG 14), life on land (SDG 15), and partnerships for the SDGs (SDG 17)
Firstly, the sixth edition of the GTF’s Towards the Localization of the SDGs report shows how local and regional governments (LRGs) are taking vital actions to promote transformative recovery processes for sustain
As you may know, since 2016, UCLG has been facilitating the local and regional governments’ report to the HLPF on behalf of the Global Taskforce of Local and Regional Governments. The next report will be presented in July 2021.
President of UCLG Dr.
“This pandemic shows that local service delivery is truly a backbone of the sanitary systems, that cannot solve crises like these by themselves.
Over 40 panelists, with local and regional leaders from all parts of our Network, as well as members from the Global Taskforce and ministerial representatives from all over the world, from the international system such as the Undersecretary General of the United Nations M
VLRs are an integral element that can contribute towards multilevel governance and the transformation necessary to achieve just, resilient, and sustainable cities, territories, and societies that leave no-one and no place behind in the aftermath of the crisis.
These reports are only possible thanks to the support of our members and all the information and knowledge they can share about their contribution to the implementation of the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda.