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Final report - Venice City Solutions 2030 - Financing the SDGs at local level

Concept notes and papers

This document gathers the conclusions and recommendations by participants to the “Venice City Solutions 2030 – Financing the SDGs” that took place in Venice, Italy on 16th and 17th November 2018. The event was hosted by the Italian Association for the Council of European Municipalities (AICCRE) and financially supported by Platforma and UNACLA, with the technical contribution of FMDV. The event was co-organised by UNDP, UN-Habitat, UNCDF and United Cities and Local Governments. The dialogue brought together representatives of central governments, local and regional government associations, Mayors, Governors and other governmental representatives and selected partners to identify existing experiences, gathering data and providing solutions to the challenge of how to finance the implementation of the SDGs at local level. The debate was organized around the following themes: Thematic trail BLUE: National strategies for financing the achievement of the SDGs at local level Thematic trail GREEN: Measuring impact at local level: the importance of data on budget alignment and tracking indicators Thematic trail YELLOW: City Solutions, how local governments are making the Agenda 2030 a reality at local level Thematic trail RED: Dynamic local economies to achieve the 2030 Agenda Recommendations to the High Level Political Forum 2019

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