Invited by the Foro Andaluz de Municipios para la Solidaridad Internacional (FAMSI), the Secretary General of Medcities, Josep Canals, intervened in a panel discussion about local strategies to implement the SDGs. 

Sevilla hosted the IV Forum of ANMAR, the Federation of local communities in northern Morocco and Andalusia. The event gathered over 300 European and African local and international representatives to discuss about local economic development strategies, gender inequalities and decentralized cooperation as key dimensions of the implementation of the Agenda 2030.

Invited by the Foro Andaluz de Municipios para la Solidaridad Internacional (FAMSI), the Secretary General of Medcities, Josep Canals, intervened in a panel discussion about local strategies to implement the SDGs. The ASIMA-Tunis project was presented as a relevant example of how the Agenda 2030 can be used to build an innovative and integrated city strategy building on strong synergies with other cities of the network.

The event, that took place last 28 and 29 January, gathered a great number of local representatives, local and regional officers, networks of African and European cities, representatives of public and private sector and high–level experts. A declaration was signed at the end of the Forum advocating for triangular cooperation as a key tool to effectively implement the Agenda 2030.

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