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STUTTGART AND UTRECHT, Localising sustainable development goals by fostering international cooperation

Concept notes and papers

Regarding international agreements and declarations, the authors are arguing for an “urban mainstreaming” in the agenda of global institutions. They examine how the local level accepts and promotes its active role within these universal aspirations and how this could also enhance the international agenda of cities including their mutual cooperation.

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Dialogues on Localizing the Post-2015 Development Agenda

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This report is based on a dialogue process through 2014, whose purpose was to respond to the following questions: how will the Post-2015 Development Agenda be implemented at the local level?; what loc...

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Concept notes and papers

The Sustainable Development Goals: What local governments need to know

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The publication “The Sustainable Development Goals: What Local Governments Need toKnow” explains how each of the 17 SDGs relates to the daily work of local and regional governments. It also lists the...

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Guidance and systemization of experiences

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