South-south and triangular cooperation, including city to city and other territorial approach to reinforce local governments capacities to localize decent work
- Pierre Martinot Lagarde, Special Advisor for Socio Religious Affairs, ILO
- Anita Amorim, Head of the Emerging and Special Partnerships Unit, PARDEV
- Arnaldo Monteiro, Director of Markets at the Municipal council of Maputo, Mozambique
- Sara Hoelfich, Director of Learning Cooperation, UCLG
- Alejandra Delgado, Secretary of Urban Planning at the City of Pasto, Nariño, Colombia
- Wafula Musamia, Secretary-General at the International Federation of Building and Wood Workers International, BWI
- Isabel Ambrosio, Mayor of Cordoba, Spain
Decentralized cooperation, City-to-City cooperation and other territorial forms of cooperation represent an important instrument in the context of South-South and triangular cooperation to raise awareness, increase the capacity and advocate for the role of local and regional actors in the promotion of employment.
Multi-level and multi stakeholders approach enables to identify affordable, innovative and sustainable solutions to achieve decent employment strategies at the local level. Networking and partnerships are not an aggregate value, but an essential component in the implementation of such strategies.
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Location: Plenary Room - Piazzetta Reale
Date: October 14, 2015
Time: 11:15 am - 1:00 pm