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In their article for the digital blog Urbanet Arne Georg Janssen, Urban Environment Specialist at Cities Alliance, and Gabriela Mercurio, Urban Analyst at Cities Alliance, outline how inclusive partnerships could be decisive for winning the climate…

Through linking SDGs to academic publications this app represents a new and innovative tool that can help stakeholders involved in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda to get access to better research.

By providing evidence-based resources on small local business practices in the field of Urban Circular Economy, the "Collaborative Economy Knowledge Pack for Cities" supports policy makers in better adressing sustainability challenges in future. The…

By publishing data for the subnational and local level Benin, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Kenya, Mozambique and Nepal are now part of a growing number of countries that contribute to the system of Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs).

Conducted in January 2020, the cost-benefit analysis of GIZ's web-based application "dLRev" has demonstrated that the programme has significantly contributed to the successful implementation of Ghana’s fiscal decentralisation framework. Learn more…

By using different communication tools on local action as well as providing community representatives with a voice to share their thoughts, insights and stories, this project is dedicated to raising awareness for LNOB through data sharing. Learn more…

By providing data for 29 countries as of now, this new mapping tool generates a comprehensive overview of local action in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Covering the past two years, this pilot project comprehensively summarises the progress made by local governments in Flanders regarding SDG implementation. Become inspired by their initiatives here!

On the 14th of December 2020 from 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm CEST, the DeLoG Secretariat, Cities Alliance and Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO) jointly conducted a webinar on "Addressing Informality in Cities Through…

Administered by the United Nations Development Programme, the City2City Network unites cities around the world under the banner of "lead, learn, innovate" to face current and future urban challenges together.