Learning Forum

The Learning Forum is a space for the discussion, exchange, creation and implementation of new learning methodologies, contents, and strategic partnerships between our members, universities and citizenship. It is a community of practitioners, experts, and policy makers aiming to support the advancement of UCLG policy priorities by strengthening local capacity and building on the experience, knowledge, creativity and commitment of our membership.

Learning within UCLG

Explore the following documents to gain insights on how local and regional governments understand and implement learning in an increasingly connected and complex environment.

Seek, Sense, Share

Your City Practice in the Networks

City to City

A Guide to the UCLG Learning Universe

Contributing to our Future – The Learning Marketplace

Discover learning products and processes aligned with UCLG’s Pact for the Future

Towards a Future for People

Towards a Future for Planet

Towards a Future for Government

Inspiring Local Action – The Learning Arcade

Explore serious games for Local and Regional Governments

Actions for Social Resilience

The Doughnut Economics game

Renaturing Pathways

Applying Nature-based Solutions

Beyond the Timeline

Preparation, Response, & Recovery

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:
Critical reflections

The value of tracking
the impact of
peer learning

The art of documenting and communicating practices

The power of gamification:
Designing and using learning games

Emilia Saiz

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.

Sara Hoeflich

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.

Bernadia Irawati

Secretary General of UCLG-ASPAC

The spirit of solidarity, the spirit of respect, are a very important component of learning, especially in international cooperation.

Harold Jarche

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.

Join us!

Feel free to contact us if you are interested in using, sharing or developing learning resources for and by local and regional governments, or otherwise learn more about the UCLG Learning Forum.