SDG Review as an Engine for Action: Promising Practices From Around the World

Are you wondering how to conduct a Voluntary National Review? Then be inspired by Partners for Review and GIZ's publication on "SDG review as an engine for action: Promising practices from around the world". Gain access here!

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Five years ago the international community adopted the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Since then, big strides have been made regarding the implementation of the SDG review processes. The annual High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) has served as a platform to showcase and review these results.
Drawing on this expertise Partners for Review (P4R) and GIZ have published a summary of ten case studies, including the Voluntary National Reviews from Afghanistan, Mongolia and Philippines, to demonstrate how stakeholders from different regions and different levels are using increasingly sophisticated structures and mechanisms to address the complexities of SDG review. With the goal of providing inspiration and support to other countries and stakeholders interested in designing their own SDG review solutions, this publication highlights specific practical experiences from around the world. This compilation can contribute to better practices and mechanisms on the ground for SDG review in different countries.

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