United Cities and Local Governments is a new world organisation dedicated to promoting the values, objectives and interests of cities and local governments across the globe. It is the largest local government organisation in the world, with a diverse membership that includes both individual cities and national associations of local governments.
United Cities and Local Governments is the global voice of cities and the main local government partner of the United Nations. It promotes the policies and experiences of local governments in key areas such as poverty, sustainable development and social inclusion.
United Cities and Local Governments supports international cooperation between cities and their associations, and facilitates programmes, networks and partnerships to build the capacity of local governments. It promotes the role of women in local decision-making, and is a gateway to relevant information on local government across the world.
United Cities and Local Governments brings together local governments, big and small, rural and urban, in over 100 countries across 5 continents. All are united around common interests, challenges and goals.
United Cities and Local Governments – Asia Pacific (UCLG-ASPAC)
The United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific Regional Section (UCLG ASPAC) is one of the seven Regional Section of The United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), an amalgamation of IULA and UTO starting 1 January 2004 with its Headquarters in Barcelona, Spain.
UCLG ASPAC is the new entity of IULA-ASPAC, established on 14 April 2004 during the 28th IULA-ASPAC Executive Committee meeting and Extraordinary Council meeting, following the unification of IULA and UTO at world level.
Other Sections :
- Africa Section
- Europe Section
- Euro-Asia Section
- Middle East and West Asia Section
- Latin America Section
- North America Section
- Metropolitan Section