Set around two moments, participants addressed the state of governance in their countries, and how to take steps to ensure better understanding and the transformation of the multilevel system.
In light of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak and of their commitment to safety and well-being of SDG partners globally and in Bonn, the organizers of the SDG Global Festival of Actions have made the decision, in consultation with the German Federal Government, local authorities in Bonn and
The Policy Council on the Right to the City, Opportunities for All and Safer and Resilient Cities hosted political debates with the objective of feeding the political discussions of the organization with specific themes that allow us to show and broaden the work that cities are c
Buenos Aires is a founding member of the UCLG Committee on Culture, and has extensively contributed to the work programmes of the Committee. It is the current Co-President of the Committee.
Following the announcement of the winners of the 3rd edition of the Award during the UCLG Executive Bureau in Strasbourg on 25 May 2018, and under the leadership of Mexico City in recognising local cultu
The OBS is a unique practical website in the world, it includes more than 120 good practices available in the 3 official languages of UCLG (English, French and Spanish), that describe cultural projects, programmes and policies implemented by cities and local gove
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
This third UCLG Culture Summit is a global event and a meeting point of cities, local governments, national governments, civil society organizations and international organizations to discuss the current position of culture in the global agendas.
18-20 October 2018, Mexico City, Mexico.