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Glocalization Methodology

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The framework of the glocalization methodology is created by two global and interconnected processes: the new development paradigm that is based on a wider understanding about the development cooperation sphere, and the new Sustainable development goal (SDGs) framework that continues the post-millennial goal (postSDG) process. Glocalization in these processes is not only the fundamental principle for execution, but also the driving force for the development of communities (especially rural) and balanced development in a global world. Glocalization methodology is a successful tool for the development of interest groups and communities because it helps to improve the skill of community representatives to simultaneously think globally and act locally when making decisions related to the everyday life of the community. Methodology has significant potential in the creation of a coordinated society, as the glocalization process facilitates the development of the civic coordinated creation of local and global community, balancing development and decreasing the gap between individual and community, country and city, EU member countries and countries with various level of development around the world

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Public Spaces in Asia Pacific - Why Local Governments Need to Act

Available in English

Public Space is an important element of how cities and regions are planned and designed. Making an investment in public space means putting emphasis on people-centered development. This means understa...

Developed by UCLG ASPAC

Posted by UCLG ASPAC

Case studies and best practices

Inclusive Business Policies -How Governments can Engage Companies in Meeting Development Goals

Available in English

Inclusive business policies are government decisions that directly support mutually beneficial business relationships between private-sector companies and poor people. Such policies can enable and enc...

Developed by Endeva; BMZ

Posted by Fabienne Perucca

Tools : Territorial / Multi-Stakeholder Approach

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