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Analysis of the planning process Why and how? Session 2 Jiri Dusik. Aim of this session. To be able to analyse the planning process To understand the importance of doing that. Why analyzing the planning process?. It creates basis for the whole undertaking of IAP
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Why and how?
To be able to analyse the planning process
To understand the importance of doing that.
It creates basis for the whole undertaking of IAP
It helps to identify key strengths and weaknesses of the current planning process:
Treatment of environmental, social and economic (ESE) issues
Treatment of inter-linkages between ESE issues and of any applicable sustainability benchmarks
It helps to design appropriate focus and steps of IAP
All substantive issues and stakeholder consultations are already sufficiently treated within the planning process
Assessment will not bring any additional information
Assessment will not fit into decision-making – it will prolong or complicate the planning process
Without analysis of the planning process, it is often difficult to design IAP and explain it (its added value and relationship to the planning process)
Each planning process is different
Its analysis helps to identify
Key strengths and weaknesses
Corresponding entry points for IAP (where it can play useful role)
Comprehensive set of questions in Section 3 of the UNEP Guidance for Pilot Projects needs to be considered
Simplified questions for this workshop:
What is the logic of the planning process? Describe its different elements
Which ESE issues are considered?
Are any linkages between various ESE issues taken into account? How are sustainability benchmarks (goals or bottom-lines) taken into account?
Who participates and when?
Work in national teams
Fill-in the matrix – logic of the planning process, treatment of ESE issues (Economy – trade, social – poverty, environment), treatment of linkages between ESE issues and of SD benchmarks, and use of consultations
Prepare presentation on key benefits and difficulties of this exercise (incl. questions that you could not answer)
This exercise can be followed up by detailed review (at home) using UNEP review framework