Strengthening the multi-stakeholder dimension of national development planning and SDG mainstreamingPublication Year: 2021 Publisher: UN DESA
The Division for Sustainable Development Goals (DSDG) of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs provides substantive support and capacity-building on stakeholder engagement for the 2030 Agenda. With support from a grant provided by the European Commission, DSDG has partnered with the United Nations Development Cooperation Office (UN DCO) and with a selected number of UN Resident Coordinator Offices in their efforts to strengthen the multi-stakeholder dimension of national development planning and SDG mainstreaming. Reports were developed to take stock of the current landscape of stakeholder participation in SDG implementation in each country and to provide forward-looking proposals that are used in development and implementation of the United Nations Cooperation Frameworks, national SDG strategies and Voluntary National Review processes, depending on the country needs.
An overview of key findings and recommendations of the country reports can be found in this report.
For more information on this project and the country reports (Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guinea Bissau, Madagascar, Namibia, Serbia, Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan), please visit the dedicated page here.