For almost two decades, the Barcelona City Council has been carrying out development cooperation activities. This experience, which has included engagement with over 40 cities around the world, has provided the Barcelona City Council with enough perspective to increase and consolidate its city-to-city cooperation model.
From the 27th to the 30th of March, the city of eThekwini welcomed a high-level delegation from the Sri Lankan Federation of Local Authorities (FSLGA) to discuss how to develop inclusive urban policies, within the context of a city’s transformation process. Sri Lanka is currently shifting from being a country with violent unrest to a stable situation – a shift which South Africa experienced as well.
At the end of January, Connective Cities, an international community of practice for sustainable urban development, organized a local project workshop on “Community-based Solid Waste Management in Nairobi” together with the Nairobi City Count
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