This Report highlights the diverse and variant features of the Middle East and West Asia Region vis-à-vis the challenges that several countries face due to military conflicts and lagging economies and the necessity of Decentralized Cooperation to achieve sustainable development and localize the SDGs.
REPORT ON WATER RESILIENCE IN JORDAN, PALESTINE AND TURKEY
The Turkish-English Cultural Heritage Glossary was written by A. Ege Yildirim and B. Nilgun Oz with the intention of creating a comprehensive and practical guide in the field of cultural heritage in Turkey.
This report highlights the responses of these local governments to lessen the impact of the pandemic on refugees within their cities and the challenges faced by them in this regard.
This factsheet summarises the progress these local governments are making towards a resilient and low-carbon future.
The GOLD V Report, titled ‘The Localization of the Global Agendas’, seeks to present an up-to-date global mapping of the processes of localization of the SDGs
We are pleased to share with you the GOLD V Report, titled "The Localization of the Global Agendas"
Heritage is heritage only within its own context, have a good read!
This book you are holding is a compilation of four different documents highlighting the role of culture in sustainable development.
We are hoping that this report will be a key factor in providing a reference for your upcoming studies, activities, and projects...
UCLG-MEWA, UITP Turkey and UITP MENA Centre for Transport Excellence (CTE) drafted this report to unify regional efforts to build sustainable urban mobility systems in the MEWA countries.
The Pilot Project on Mapping the Sustainable Development Goals in Turkey Final Report
we are presenting Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, which is among the reference documents that we base our works on, as indicated in UCLG-MEWA 2018-2020 Strategic Plan
We are hoping that this report will be a key factor in providing a reference for your upcoming studies.
We have compiled all the monthly bulletins that we have delivered to you throughout the year 2019, and are pleased to present them to you, our valuable members and stakeholders.
We published a preliminary version of this work, exploring the different systems of local governments in the MEWA Region.
Our esteemed reader, we are hoping that this report will be a key reference for your upcoming studies, activities, and projects.
With this publication, as UCLG-MEWA, we are pleased to share with you our priorities until 2020.