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The objectives of peer-learning is the transfer of knowledge, skills and experience from one municipality to others. This can entail technical assistance to solve specific municipal challenges, benchmarking to inspire change, or other forms of peer support.
During a peer-learning event, participants listen actively and share their stories, knowledge, and experiences. Participants are students and advisers at the same time which makes a peer-learning event different to “classical” forms of learning where the student has a more passive role.
If your city, region, or organization is interested in hosting or organizing a Peer-Learning event, feel free to reach out for further information on the different formats, methodologies, and tools you can use.
The following platforms collect and provide more in depth analysis of good practices by cities and regions around the world.
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former Mayor of Rosario, Argentina
There are many cities that have had very innovative experiences. We use them as references to see what they did right and which problems they encountered.
Noraini Binti Roslan
Mayor of Subang Jaya, Malaysia
Cities are a dynamic ecosystem. We change every hour, every year, and we can learn from other places that have better or best practices.
Peer Learning Notes
Since the first peer learning exchange in Durban in 2011, UCLG Learning has aimed to document the exchanges, good practices, and lessons learnt in “Peer-Learning Notes” to make the acquired knowledge accessible for everybody.