City of Melbourne Annual Report 2015-16


Our partnerships and charters



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Our partnerships and charters

The following is a list of external charters and principles (including city-to-city memoranda of understanding) the City of Melbourne subscribes to or endorses. All are non-binding and voluntary.

Name

Date of adoption

The range of stakeholders involved in the development and governance of the initiative

International Safe Communities

2014

World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion

Cooperative Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Melbourne and the Tianjin Municipal People’s Government

2014

Tianjin Municipal People’s Government and City of Melbourne

100 Resilient Cities - Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation

2013

Global network of 100 cities and multi-sectoral collaboration across metropolitan Melbourne

White Ribbon Australia

2012

White Ribbon Board

Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Melbourne and the Confederation of Indian Industry

2006


Delhi–Melbourne Strategic City Alliance

C40 Climate Leadership Group

2005

Global network of 83 cities – City of Melbourne leads the Low Carbon District Network

Milan–Melbourne Sister City Relationship

2004

City of Milan, City of Melbourne, Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, RMIT and Monash Universities, Melbourne Movement, Victorian Government, Italian Consulate General

Business Partner City Network (BPC)

1998

Osaka BPC Council, chambers of commerce and or city governments – Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Melbourne, Jakarta, Manila, Tianjin, Auckland

St Petersburg–Melbourne Sister City Relationship

1989

City of St Petersburg and City of Melbourne , Melbourne St Petersburg Sister City Association

Boston–Melbourne Sister City Relationship

1985

City of Boston, City of Melbourne, Melbourne-Boston Sister Cities Association


Mayors for Peace

1985

Various cities as part a global network hosted by the City of Hiroshima

Thessaloniki–Melbourne Sister City Relationship

1984

City of Thessaloniki, City of Melbourne, White Tower Association

Tianjin–Melbourne Sister City Relationship

1980

Tianjin Municipal Government Foreign Affairs Office, Tianjin District Government Agencies and industry development zones, Tianjin Commission of Commerce, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Tianjin Education Commission, City of Melbourne, RMIT University, peak industry bodies

Osaka–Melbourne Sister City Relationship

1978

Municipal, prefectural governments of Osaka, City of Melbourne, Australian and Victorian governments, peak industry bodies, Japanese Consulate

Memorandum of understanding – City of Melbourne with the Wuxi Municipal Government, Tianjin

2016

A five–year agreement to promote mutual economic benefit, enhance visitation and promote the exchange of talent.

Memorandum of understanding between the City of Melbourne and Tianjin Association for Overseas Chinese Affairs


2016

A five–year agreement to promote friendly exchanges and cooperation in the field of Chinese language education, arts and culture between schools, universities and community organisations.

Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance

2014

The Alliance aims to address what it will take for leading international cities to achieve at least an 80 per cent reduction in GHG emissions by 2050. The City of Melbourne is a founding member.

Paris Pledge for Action

2015

The Paris Pledge Agreement provides a platform for non-Party stakeholders to welcome the objectives of the Paris Agreement. Over 1300 businesses, cities, civil society groups, investors, regions, trade unions and other signatories pledged their support.

Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) and City of Melbourne Partnership Agreement

2016

A partnership between the administrative departments of the City of Melbourne and DEDJTR which aims to leverage from shared opportunities and meet future challenges through collaboration and strategy integration.

The Compact of Mayors

2014

Led by a global coalition of 510 city leaders, the Compact establishes a common platform for capturing the impact of cities’ collective action on climate change.

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