MULTISTAKEHOLDER APPROACH TO SDGs
Lessons from Mandela to Eradicate Poverty Globally
Currently, 935 million people globally live in extreme poverty and about 800 million people go hungry. July 18, the day former South African President Nelson Mandela was born, was declared by the UN in 2009
Multistakeholder Partnerships for Implementing the 2030 Agenda: Improving Accountability and Transparency
This independent research paper was prepared for the 2016 ECOSOC Partnership Forum, commissioned by the UNDESA Office for ECOSOC Support and Coordination. A draft version was discussed during an Expert Group Meeting in February 2016.
Multistakeholder Dialogue for Inclusive Growth in Africa
The Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue (MSD) process is increasingly used in the international development ecosystem and has demonstrated its usefulness in transforming policy, ensuring transparent and inclusive decision making, growth, and strengthening networks. The technique is more
From MDGs to SDGs, What Have We Learnt?
“The post-2015 development framework is likely to have the best development impact if it emerges from an inclusive, open and transparent process with multistakeholder participation.” UN Secretary General’s report released July 2011. Between 1990 and