Participation in international networks

  • European Union
    European Union is a unique economic and political union between 28 European countries. The Union is based on representative democracy principle and rule of law. What began as a purely economic union has evolved into an organization spanning policy areas, from climate, environment and health to external relations and security, justice and migration.
  • Union of Ibero-American Capital Cities (UCCI)
    International Organization of Ibero-American local governments that fosters to create ties and friendly relations between its members. It searches to establish a pacific coexistence and sustainable development, as well as the consolidation of better understanding and cooperation between the people of the Ibero-American cities
  • Eurocities
    Network of big European cities represented by the elected representatives of the local government. Through the constant work of 6 forums and more than 30 working groups, Eurocities creates a platform for the exchange of experiences, ideas, projects or good practices. Its results are shared with the European Union institutions in order to highlight the roll of the local governments
  • United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG)
    Global network of cities that gives a united voice and acts as a world advocate of democratic local self-government, promoting its values, objectives and interests, through cooperation between local governments, and within the wider international community.
  • AL-LAs Project Euro-Latin American Alliance of Cooperation among Cities
    The AL-LAs Project is an alliance of cities and local governments of Europe and Latin America fostering a new way of action and international cooperation from a local perspective. Its purpose is to promote cities to be more open to the world in order to take advantage of their international potential, for the benefit of their territories and citizens.
  • World Association of Major Metropolises (METROPOLIS)
    Global network of major cities and metropolitan areas. It serves as the hub and platform for metropolises to connect, share experiences, and mobilize on a wide range of local and global issues, in addition to being the focal point of worldwide experience and expertise on metropolitan governance.
  • C40 Cities
    C40 is a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40 supports cities to collaborate effectively, share knowledge and drive meaningful, measurable and sustainable action on climate change.
  • REDS Spanish Network for Sustainable Development
    The Spanish Network for Sustainable Development was created in 2015 as a chapter of the SDSN global network in our country. Since then, it has been constituted as a multi-actor network of reference that binds together universities, public administrations, firms and other civil society actors, with the goal of supporting the diffusion and implementation of Agenda 2030 and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Spain.
  • Polis
    Polis is a network of European cities and regions working together to develop innovative technologies and policies for local transport. Its aim is to improve local transport through integrated strategies that address the economic, social and environmental dimensions of transport.
  • Association of Cities and Regions for Recycling and Sustainable Resource Management (ACR+)
    ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions sharing the aim of promoting a sustainable resource management and accelerating the transition towards a circular economy on their territories and beyond.
  • World Alliance of Cities against Poverty (WACAP)
    The World Alliance of Cities Against Poverty (WACAP) is a network of more than 900 cities working together to confront development challenges collectively. The Alliance offers the opportunity to exchange experiences, reinforce local capacity and promote city-to-city cooperation in order to fight against poverty.
  • International Association of Educating Cities
    IAEC is a non-profit Association, constituted as a permanent collaborative structure uniting local governments committed to the Charter of Educating Cities, which is the road map of the cities that comprise it.
  • XARXA FP NETWORK
    European non-profit association created in 1999 gathering 26 cities from 11 countries working together on VET mobility and innovation, promoting a sustainable infrastructure among local administrations, companies and Vocational and Education Training (VET) centres in order to develop common mobility strategies for professional training.
  • Airport Regions Conference (ARC)
    The Airport Regions Conference is an association of regional and local authorities across Europe with an international airport situated within or near its territory. The ARC brings together a wide range of expertise at the interface of air transport and local and regional policies. A common concern is to balance the economic benefits generated by the airports with their environmental impact
  • The International Association of the Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM)
    International network composed by 59 members from 21 countries, gathering together cultural institutions as well as independent organizations. The aim of the Association is to create opportunities for the young creators of training, mobility, exchange, mutual understanding, intercultural dialogue and collaboration.
  • Mayors for Peace
    The Mayors for Peace, through close cooperation among the cities, strives to raise international public awareness regarding the need to abolish nuclear weapons and contributes to the realization of genuine and lasting world peace by working to eliminate starvation and poverty, assist refugees fleeing local conflict, support human rights, protect the environment, and solve the other problems that threaten peaceful coexistence within the human family.
  • Délice: Villes Gourmandes
    Délice is an international network of cities who use their gastronomy in all the dimensions to promote and bettering the life standards of their territory. It is a platform of interexchange to promote the benefits of the culinary excellence.
  • European Coalition of Cities Against Racism (ECCAR)
    The Coalition of Cities against Racism is an initiative launched by UNESCO in 2004 to establish a network of cities interested in sharing experiences in order to improve their policies to fight racism, discrimination and xenophobia.
  • CIVITAS-CIVINET Network: Spain and Portugal
    CIVITAS Spain and Portugal is a network for the Local Authorities in Spain and Portugal, although it is also open to the associated-members such as universities, transport authorities, private business, among others, interested in Sustainable Mobility.
  • International Council of Museums (ICOM)
    International organization of museums created in 1946 committed to the promotion and protection of natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible. It maintains a formal relation with UNESCO and it has the status of consultative organ of ECOSOC.
  • Global Network of Age-friendly Cities and Communities
    Network established in 2010 with the mission of providing support to the creation of a more age-friendly world: a global ambition with a focus on local action by hundreds of cities and communities around the world, where to create a more peaceful and adapted environment, a place that enables people of all ages to actively participate in community activities.
  • Ibero-American Network of Observatories for Participatory Development
    The Network is an institutional reinforcement to Local Government in order to lead successfully the alliances and common strategies between Government, Private Sector and Civil Society, directed to achieve an inclusive, participative, sustainable development.

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