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Chicago will to host a Mayor’s Round Table on 6th June 2018 as part of their annual “Chicago Forum on Global Cities”. Councillor Ian Ward, leader of Birmingham City Council (BCC) has been invited to participate. This year is particularly important for Birmingham as it […]
Is the Commonwealth a positive force for good? Birmingham students exploring the potential of the Commonwealth in an exciting debate at Birmingham City Council House Birmingham City Council Chamber, on 17 January 2018, will see the first of a series of exciting debates in other […]
Newsletter #05 January 2022 Dear Readers, Welcome to the fifth Newsletter of the BETTER project! BETTER is an Interreg Europe project that focuses on the promotion of e-Government solutions. With our project we aim to create a win-win situation for everyone by enhancing the […]
Newsletter #04 July 2021 Dear Reader, Welcome to the fourth Newsletter of the BETTER project! BETTER is an Interreg Europe project that focuses on the promotion of e-Government solutions. With our project we aim to create a win-win situation for everyone by […]
19 April 2021 Cities are being invited to learn from leading innovative UK peers at a special national event this May. UK cities have seen some of the most challenging COVID-19 conditions this past year and one could be forgiven for thinking that all but […]
The Tenth Anniversary of friendship and exchange between Birmingham and Nanjing was marked by a visit from Birmingham’s partner city on 12th September 2018. The ten strong delegation, led by the Party Secretary, Mr Zhang Jinghua, met with Council Leader Cllr Ian Ward and Bham […]
The Birmingham Commonwealth Association (BCA) was founded in March 2014 by Birmingham City Council to promote the city’s global competitiveness and influence. The BCA, now a registered company, are pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Shergill, CEO of Brit Asia TV, Broad St, Birmingham […]
Since the launch of the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact (MUFPP) on the occasion of World Food Day 2015 at Expo Milano, the collaboration continues between the FAO and the members of the MUFPP, which includes the city of Birmingham and other 166 across the world. […]
On the 18th of May a group of 20 resident of Frankfurt visited Birmingham with the representative of the Frankfurt’s Mayor Office Ingrid Cammerzel. They were greeted and met by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham Anne Underwood on her last day in post.