Mediterranean cities face the double challenge of guaranteeing the Right to the city to newcomers while preserving social cohesion and strengthening inclusion in a context of growing hostile and uninformed discourses towards migration.
For Mayor of Aracajú and FNP’s Vice-President of relations with forums and networks, “the presence of Mayors learning concrete experiences in the field, such as the solid waste treatment plant in Barcelona, is fundamental to change the reality of Brazilian cities and in particular my city, Ar
The learning event to share local experiences in public services took place in Barcelona on Tuesday 13 November 2017.
On 11 and 12 July 2017, the 6th Peer-Learning Session of the Mediterranean City-to-City Migration project (MC2CM) took place in Turin (Italy) on the subject of “Promoting Equality and Socio-educational Inclusion of Migrants: Towards the construction of an educating city” .
Our Executive Bureau took place in Kazan from 25 to 27 May with over 200 representatives present from some 90 cities and local and regional authorities from all around the world, along with important figures from the urban world.
As part of the Mediterranean City to City Migration (MC2CM) project UCLG partners have contributed to the establishment of a network of cities (north and south of the Mediterranean).
A peer learning exchange on public space in the African context took place from 7-9 December 2015 in Blantyre, Malawi.
One of UCLG’s main reasons for being is its coordination of international city-to-city learning exchanges between local and regional governments.