Learning from good examples has shown to be an important tool for urban development. Despite striking differences in context, themes, visions among others, municipal managers can take advantages of experiences from counterparts in content as in process.
In Brazil, the DUS Project a cooperation of GIZ with the Ministry of Cities has selected 12 municipalities with proposal for integrated urban development to work together. In Europe, the RiConnect Network of 8 metropolitan areas are coming together to rethink, transform and integrate mobility infrastructures.
Both experiences have great focus on implement peer learning methodologies to make the group process richer than just individual approaches
Speakers: Daniel Wagner (GIZ Brazil) and Roland Krebs (Superwien)