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Unlocking the Potential of Urban Communities Case Studies of Twelve Learning Cities, UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities

The UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC), which was initiated in 2012, is an international platform that enables cities to share expertise in advocating and enhancing lifelong learning for all. The coordination team at the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning has compiled this collection of case studies. By illustrating best practice and lessons learned when building learning cities, Unlocking the Potential of Urban Communities: Case Studies of Twelve Learning Cities aims to enrich the exchange of experience and good practice.

The Case Studies of Twelve Learning Cities feature good practices and lessons learned in the following learning cities: Melton (Australia), Sorocaba (Brazil), Beijing (China), Bahir Dar (Ethiopia), Espoo (Finland), Cork (Ireland), Amman (Jordan), Mexico City (Mexico), Ybycuí (Paraguay), Balanga (Philippines), Namyangju (Republic of Korea) and Swansea (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland).

The UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC) is an international platform that enables cities to share expertise in advocating and enhancing lifelong learning for all.