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Municipalities

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Municipalities

Alliance of Management Schools in European Capitals
European Federation of Mayors / Est. 1977
Nordic Cooperation Committee on Municipal Engineering
Network of Associations of Local Authorities of South-East Europe / Est. 2001
International Institute for Municipal Development Henri Jaquet
Intergroup of Local and Regional Elected Members of the European Parliament
World Winter Cities Association for Mayors / Est. 1982
International Municipal Signal Association / Est. 1896
International Centre for Earth Construction / Est. 1979
International Union of Local Authorities - Asian and Pacific Section / Est. 1989
International Institute for Municipal Sciences / Est. 1968
East and Southeast Asia Network for Better Local Governments
World Organization of United Cities and Local Governments / Est. 2004
Amsterdam Institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies / Est. 2004
International Union of Local Authorities / Est. 1913
European Institute for Training Managers of Municipal and Integration Schemes / Est. 1992
Secretariat for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea / Est. 1982
Council of European Municipalities and Regions / Est. 1951
Cooperation between Automobile Regions
European Forum - Capital Cities of United Europe / Est. 1992
Secu-Cities Network / Est. 1995
European Metropolitan Transport Authorities / Est. 1998
Central American Network for Municipal Decentralization and Reinforcement
Federation of Municipalities of the Central American Isthmus / Est. 1991
Centre for Municipal Studies and International Cooperation / Est. 1995

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World Problems relating to Municipalities

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate waste incineration
Limited national credit accessibility
Lack of sanitation in cities
Inappropriate local administrative organization
Inadequate local enforcement
Inaccessible administrative agencies
Unprofitable local politics
Single-use urban areas
Inaccessible market and supply centres
Unethical practices in local government
Discrimination against minority languages
Inadequate urban political machinery
Defective municipal water delivery equipment
Limited availability of investment capital for urban renewal
Inadequate city governance
Unstructured local government in small communities
Dialect discrimination

Action Strategies relating to Municipalities

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing local energy costs
Improving public utilities in urban areas
Using ecological approach for environmental infrastructure
Outsourcing government regulatory responsibilities
Planning municipal sewage plants
Coordinating local authority
Strengthening local governments
Abstaining from local authority planning
Disposing of household refuse
Providing sufficient local authority planning
Collecting information on sustainable strategies of local authorities
Strengthening role of local authorities in sustainable development
Supporting public participation in urban environment improvement programmes
Planning cities
Operating metropolitan railways
Developing industrial zone
Helping local authorities modernize management
Developing international municipal relations
Developing training materials for local government
Covering-up local government scandal
Including resource recovery in local authority waste management plans
Ensuring competent rural councils
Reprimanding misconduct in local government office
Abolishing unethical practices in local government
Exposing local government scandal

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