The achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals require all hands on deck. It require different sectors and actors working together in an integrated manner by pooling financial resources, knowledge and expertise. In our new development era with 17 intertwined Sustainable Development Goals and 169 associated targets as a blue-print for achieving the sustainable Future We Want, cross sectorial and innovative multi-stakeholder partnerships will play a crucial role for getting us to where we need by the year 2030.
Partnerships for sustainable development are multi-stakeholder initiatives voluntarily undertaken by Governments, intergovernmental organizations, major groups and others stakeholders, which efforts are contributing to the implementation of inter-governmentally agreed development goals and commitments, as included in Agenda 21, the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation, the Millennium Declaration, the outcome document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) entitled “The Future We Want”, the Third International Conference on Small island Developing States, and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Sustainable Development Goal 17, which reads “Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development”, recognizes multi-stakeholder partnerships as important vehicles for mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, technologies and financial resources to support the achievement of the sustainable development goals in all countries, particularly developing countries. Goal 17 further seek to encourage and promote effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships, building on the experience and resourcing strategies of partnerships.
The Division for SDGs supports, facilitates and monitors multi-stakeholder partnerships and voluntary commitments forged in support of sustainable development and the SDGs. announced at various international sustainable development conferences.
The Division also maintains the Partnerships for SDGs online platform – a global registry of commitments and multi-stakeholder partnerships made through various UN conferences in support of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These include the SDG Summit (2019), the UN Ocean Conferences (2017 and 2021), the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Conference (2014), and the Rio+20 Conference (2012), among others.
Following the 2014 Third International Conference, the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Partnership Framework was established by the General Assembly with the purpose of monitoring progress of existing, and stimulating the launch of new, genuine and durable partnerships for the sustainable development of SIDS. The Division, in collaboration with OHRLLS, is the supporting Secretariat to the framework.
In collaboration with several partners, In 2019 the Division launched, in collaboration with partners, the 2030 Agenda Partnership Accelerator to help accelerate and scale up effective partnerships to advance the SDGs. The initiative provides research on effective partnership practices and capacity development of relevant stakeholders to develop and implement partnerships to advance the SDGs. A particular focus of the Partnership Accelerator is to support developing countries in forging new partnerships to advance the SDGs by strengthening collaboration between stakeholders and sectors at the national level.
2030 Agenda Partnership Accelerator
Accelerating effective partnerships in support of the Sustainable Development GoalsRead more
SIDS Partnerships Awards
Recognising and rewarding the efforts of the best and most noteworthy, genuine and durable partnerships in the implementation of the sustainable development priorities of SIDSRead more
SDG Partnership Guidebook
A practical guide to building high-impact multi-stakeholder partnerships for the SDGsRead more
|Title||Category||Date Sort ascending|
|Dr. Lily Kak, PhD, Senior Advisor for Global Partnerships and Newborn Health||Partnerships with focus on Planet & Prosperity||18-Jul-2016|
|Dr. John Kenerson, MD, Director, World Hypertension Action Group||Small Island Developing States Partnership Framework||18-Jul-2016|
|Mr. Aurélien Decamps, Kedge Business School||Partnerships with focus on People||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Heather Grady, Vice President, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors||Partnerships with focus on Data, media and innovative tools for the SDGs||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Barbara Ammirati, Senior Advisor, Government and Partner Engagement||Partnerships with focus on People||18-Jul-2016|
|Mr. Sanjeev Khagram, Coordinator, Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data||Partnerships with focus on Data, media and innovative tools for the SDGs||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Natalie Draisin, US Manager, FIA Foundation||Partnerships with focus on People||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Katie Kulik, Global Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, CBS Interactive||Partnerships with focus on Data, media and innovative tools for the SDGs||18-Jul-2016|
|Dr. Marianne Beisheim, SWP, German Institute for International and Security Affairs||Multi-stakeholder Partnerships and the 2030 Agenda – How to improve and review their contributions to the implementation of the SDGs||18-Jul-2016|
|Partnerships for SDGs (UN-DESA)||Online platforms for partnership engagement||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Peseta Noumea Simi, Chief Executive Officer of Samoa||Small Island Developing States Partnership Framework||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Chikako Takase, Director, United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD)||Partnerships with focus on Planet & Prosperity||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Sheila Watson, Director of Environment, FIA Foundation||Partnerships with focus on Planet & Prosperity||18-Jul-2016|
|Reviewing contributions from partnerships using the Partnerships for SDGs online…||Multi-stakeholder Partnerships and the 2030 Agenda – How to improve and review their contributions to the implementation of the SDGs||18-Jul-2016|
|Ms. Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Chief of Staff & Head of 2020 Vision Initiative,…||Partnerships with focus on Planet & Prosperity||18-Jul-2016|
The 2030 Agenda Partnership Accelerator is a collaborative initiative by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) and The Partnering Initiative, in collaboration with United Nations Office for Partnerships (UNOP), UN Global Compact, and the UN Development Coordination Office. The initiative aims to significantly help accelerate effective partnerships in support of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Direct partnership training support and advisory services are offered to member States and UN entities/Resident Coordinators/country teams wishing to foster stronger collaboration between stakeholders and sectors, and enhance their capacities in forging new multi-stakeholder partnerships and partnership platforms.
Read more at: https://partnershipaccelerator.netlify.app/