Maximizing the impact of Peer Learning
Key inputs from UCLG’s Learning Forum at the 2022 World Congress in Daejeon
Lifelong learning and
the local public officer:
The value of tracking
the impact of
The art of documenting and communicating practices
The power of gamification:
Designing and using learning games
Serious Games for Local and Regional Governments
Actions for Social Resilience
The Doughnut Economics game
Applying Nature-based Solutions
Beyond the Timeline
Preparation, Response, & Recovery
Learning within UCLG
Seek, Sense, Share
City to City
Secretary General of UCLG
Solidarity is in the DNA of our global movement. But collaboration cannot be done without a clear purpose. That purpose for us is improving the lives of people. And to improve, we need to learn.
Learning Director, UCLG
Learning is the way we try to engage with the problems our members face, what they feel as a need, and from there try to build capacity.
Secretary General of UCLG-ASPAC
The spirit of solidarity, the spirit of respect, are a very important component of learning, especially in international cooperation.
Expert on Management and Education
Encouraging informal and opportunity driven cooperation is a significant shift in how we need to approach workplace learning in a world based on knowledge networks.