The Global Approach
The global approach is based on the global debates on learning cities (UNESCO, UNITED NATIONS, PASCAL, etc.), healthy cities and sustainable cities and is often linked to high-level policy visions at national, regional or even local city level.
Some communities in the process of developing learning community collaboration find it, at some point, attractive to link to global trends, such as learning cities or healthy cities.
The linking to global trends can include conferences, events and celebrations which might bring new energy into the learning community initiative and partnerships, but again it depends on to what extent such events include organisations and citizens involved in the learning community activities.
What are the opportunities, challenges and obstacles in the Global approach?
|Xploit i Israel|
|A Learning City in Israel|
|Israel Learning cities Visit 2013|
|Australian Learning City Policy|
|German Learning Cities and Case Study|
|HUME - Learning Together|
|KEARNS building Inclusive and Sustainable Learning Cities|
|Learning Cities for Migrant Inclusion|
|Longworth Learning Cities Strategies|
|Longworth on Learning Cities|
|Peter Kearns - Australia as a Learning Society|
|Peter Kearns - EcCoWell Cities|
|Swansea Community Strategy|
|The City is a Learning Organisation|
|The Hume Learning Community|
|This is a Learning Organisation|
|Xploit PASCAL contributions|