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Looks at where the SDGs came from and the role of stakeholders, monitoring and measuring and the follow up to the SDGs and the New Urban Agenda

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The roadmap ahead

The roadmap ahead

Time to do better


From rio to post quito

From Rio to Post Quito

  • Strengthening stakeholder involvement and partnerships

  • SDGs – monitoring and measuring

  • Follow up on SDGs and the Quito agenda

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Strengthening stakeholder involvement and partnerships

Strengthening stakeholder involvement and partnerships

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Stakeholder engagement in the un

Stakeholder engagement in the UN

1992 Earth Summit

Agenda 21 the first UN document to give ‘rights and responsibilities for stakeholders to engage in the development and implementation of the UN Action Plan.

There were nine chapters representing different sectors of society which were called ‘Major Groups’

Youth and Children

NGOs,

Women,

Indigenous Peoples

Local Authorities

Trade Unions

Business and Industry

Science and Technological Community

Role of Farmers

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World summit on sustainable development 2002

World Summit on Sustainable Development 2002

This developed into:

Type 1 – policy agreements and commitments

Type 2 were commitments and action-oriented multi-stakeholder platforms focused on deliverables and would contribute in translating political commitments into action.

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Commission on sustainable development 2003

Commission on Sustainable Development 2003

  • Decides the criteria and guidelines for partnerships.

  • Partnerships:

  • voluntary initiatives undertaken by Governments and relevant stakeholders

  • contribute to the implementation A21, JPoI;

  • not intended to substitute commitments made by Governments;

  • bear in mind the economic, social and environmental dimensions;

  • predictable and sustained resources for their implementation, should include the mobilization of new resources, and where relevant, should result in the transfer of technology to, and capacity-building in, developing countries;

  • designed and implemented in a transparent and accountable manner;

  • should be consistent with national laws and national strategies

  • providing information and reporting by partnerships registered with the CSD

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2030 agenda for sustainable development 2015

2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development 2015

17.16 Enhance the global partnership for sustainable development, complemented by multi-stakeholder partnerships that mobilize and share knowledge, expertise, technology and financial resources, to support the achievement of the sustainable development goals in all countries, in particular developing countries

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Measuring and monitoring

Measuring and Monitoring

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Sdgs relevance on inequality gender the urban agenda

SDGs - relevance on inequality, gender, the urban agenda

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Iaeg and world data forum

IAEG and World Data Forum

  • Measuring the SDG Targets – IAEG-SDGs (15 years shelf life)

  • IAEG-SDGs: Mandate has been tasked to develop an indicator framework for the goals and targets of the post-2015 development agenda at the global level, and to support its implementation.

  • IAEG three ongoing groups:

    • Working Group on Geo-spatial Information

    • Working Group on Inter-linkages of SDG Statistics to allow for Integrated Analyses in the Monitoring

    • Working Group on Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange

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World data forum

World Data Forum

  • World Data Forum (14th to 16th of January Cape Town)

    • United Nations World Data Forum on Sustainable Development Data (UN World Data Forum) would be the suitable platform for intensifying cooperation with various professional groups, such as information technology, geospatial information managers, data scientists, and users, as well as civil society stakeholders.

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Follow up on sdgs and the quito agenda

Follow up on SDGs and the Quito agenda

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So what needs to be done

So what needs to be done?

  • Implementing SDGs (and NUA) for maximum impact

    • Building out infrastructure for implementation: Concrete actions with financing streams that can be accessed and leveraged

    • Building a new movement of global multi-stakeholder partnership - What will it take?

    • Deepening philanthropy engagement

  • Stewarding a real paradigm shift

    • Addressing the casualtiesand losses of intergovernmental negotiation – brining the human settlement input the ALL SDG reviews

    • Fostering interlinked approaches for implementation: Cities and Inequalities, Cities and Gender, Cities and Climate, Cities and Jobs, Urban Rural Linkages

    • Encouraging cross sectoral solutions e.g. Nexus: water-food-energy-climate particularly at the sub national level

    • Enhancing science-policy interface for a wider territorial approach (not just urban) to interconnect the science of cities with broader humankind challenges

      3.Supporting sustained post-Quito stakeholder engagement

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So what needs to be done1

So what needs to be done?

Enabling multi-stakeholder partnerships and alliances

  • Adjustments of ongoing partnerships/alliances and facilitation of new ones – joining emerging partnership platforms

  • Role, financing, capacities of local and regional governments for governance, implementation and accountability -

  • Future of structured UN Habitat/HLPF Engagement (World Urban Campaign and General Assembly of the Partners and integrating into the HLPFs major groups and other stakeholder system)

    Facilitating ownership by civil society/stakeholders for accountability at all levels

  • Articulation of robust legitimate, self-organized and long-term stakeholder engagement at the global, national and local levels

  • Bringing human settlement stakeholders input to the review of ALL the SDGs

  • Support to accountability and review mechanism at all levels

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All change at the un

All change at the UN

  • New UN Secretary General AntónioGuterres (January 2017)

    • Stated priorities – “first priority is to be able to end this conflict and use this momentum created by it to try to address all the other conflicts that are interlinked,“

    • Implementation of e Agenda 2030, the Paris Climate Agreement and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda

    • Mainstreaming of human rights across the whole UN system, notably through the Human Rights Up Front initiative,

    • Coordination and Partnerships

    • culture of prevention

  • New President of IFAD (April 2017)

  • New Director General World HealthOrganization (July 2017)

  • New Administrator for UNDP (August 2017)

  • New ExecutiveDirector UN Habitat (October 2017)

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Timetable to the heads of state review of the sdgs

Timetable to the Heads of State Review of the SDGs

2017 World Data Forum (January 14-16th)

2017 Commission on the Status of Women (March 13-24)

2017 Possible Partnership two day conference on HLPF themes (April 1-2nd)

  • ECOSOC Partnership Forum (April 5th)

    2017 UN Habitat Governing Council (April TBC )

    2017 Financing for Development Forum – Work on the role of development banks ( May 22-24 TBC)

    2017 Possible pre HLPF two day conference on the input of human settlement stakeholders on the Goals under review

    2017 High Level Political Forum Goal 1 (Poverty), Goal 2 (Hunger), Goal 3 (Health), Goal 5 (GENDER EQUALITY), Goal 9 (Infrastructure and Innovation) and Goal 14 (Oceans); (July 10-19th )

    2017 UN GA Resolution Towards global partnership (October tbc)

    2017 Climate COP23 in Asia (November tbc)

    2017 Starting negotiations on an intergovernmental conference on international migration to be held in 2018

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Timetable to the heads of state review of the sdgs1

Timetable to the Heads of State Review of the SDGs

2018 World Urban Forum Kuala Lumpur (February)

2018 Commission on the Status of Women (March)

2018 Possible Partnership two day conference on HLPF themes (April)

2018 ECOSOC Partnership Forum (April)

2018 Financing for Development Forum – Work on the role of development banks (May)

2018 Possible pre HLPF two day conference on the input of human settlement stakeholders on the Goals under review

2018 High Level Political Forum Goal 6 (clean Water and Sanitation), Goal 7 (Renewable Energy), Goal 11 (SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES), Goal 12 (Responsible Consumption) and Goal 15 (Biodiversity) [July]

2018 Climate COP24 in Latin America - review of national contributions to climate action for post-2020 (November tbc)

2018 An intergovernmental conference on international migration (date to be announced)

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Timetable to the heads of state review of the sdgs2

Timetable to the Heads of State Review of the SDGs

2019 World Date Forum (January)

Commission on the Status of Women (March)

2019 Possible Partnership two day conference on HLPF themes (April)

2019 ECOSOC Partnership Forum (April)

2019 Financing for Development Forum – Work on the role of development banks (May)

2019 Possible pre HLPF two day conference on the input of human settlement stakeholders on the Goals under review

2019 High Level Political Forum Goal 4 (Education), Goal8 (JOBS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH), Goal 10 (REDUCED INEQUALITIES), Goal 13 (Climate Change) and Goal 16 (Governance, Peace And Justice); [July]

2019 Heads of State High Level Political Forum ALL GOALS (September)

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Possible questions for participants to think about

Possible Questions for participants to think about

World Café Discussion Questions from this morning’s Ford Meeting

  • What components of the New Urban Agenda and the SDGs are you/your organization prioritizing for implementation?

  • How do you see your/your organization’s role in implementation of the SDGs and New Urban Agenda?

  • How do you envision a multi-local approach to localizing and implementing the New Urban Agenda and the SDGs?

    If you have time you might want to consider

  • What should the guidelines for partnerships look like?

  • What could human settlement stakeholders do to ensure that they input to the review of ALL the SDGs?

  • What could human settlement stakeholders do to prepare for the review of SDG 11 in 2018?

  • What could be done to promote the Implementation of the NUA and the SDGS at the sub national level?

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Felix dodds

Felix Dodds

Senior Advisor to the Communitas Coalition and Senior Fellow at the Global Research Institute

University of North Carolina


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