'City Partnerships Challenge' is based on a two-year capacity building, facilitation and coaching process for cities and partners to develop innovative projects utilising the ‘Melbourne Model’ of cross-sectoral collaboration to address a complex or seemingly intractable urban issue or set of issues. These projects are developed, managed and supported by a multi-sectoral group comprising government, business, civil society and academia. Detailed information about 'City Partnerships Challenge' has been provided in a Prospectus.
The 'City Partnerships Challenge' is being facilitated by the UN Global Compact - Cities Programme with support of lead partners: the United Nations Global Compact; Realdania; and RMIT University.
Other organisations are invited to be a global, regional or national partner in 'City Partnerships Challenge' which would involve in-kind and/or financial contribution. Partners' support can include the delivery of a national or local taskforce, capacity building and key events.
Completion of this form enables organisations to express interest in being a partner for the 'City Partnerships Challenge'. This is not a legally binding document.