Peer Learning

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Cities and all other local and regional governments require practical solutions to fulfill the needs of citizens. Learning cannot be conducted alone but has to be in collaboration with other authorities, academies, associations, international organizations and even private actors. For us learning means working with good strategies, having quality facilitation and building partnerships. To this purpose, local and regional governments are strong partners and supporters, regardless of their development stage.

Building on the challenges and positive experiences accumulated by our members and partners, UCLG’s Learning agenda offers a platform where new ideas and methodologies can be tested, and where learning themes are developed, addressing the concrete interests of our members. It will serve to share and disseminate experiences and knowledge for capacity building, which ultimately leads to cooperation between our members and partners.

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Peer Learning Notes

Since the first peer learning exchange in Durban in 2011, UCLG Learning has aimed to document the exchanges, good practices, and lessons learnt in “Peer-Learning Notes” to make the acquired knowledge accessible for everybody.

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The following platforms collect and provide more in depth analysis of good practices by cities and regions around the world.

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