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Second multi-stakeholder partnerships for SDGs

new proposed rules for multi-stakeholder partnerships for the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Second multi-stakeholder partnerships for SDGs

  1. 1. Second SDG Partnerships Webinar: Subtitle
  2. 2. A quick review of what are NOT andWHAT ARE SDG partnerships • SDG Partnerships are NOT Private Public Partnerships • SDG Partnerships are NOT individual organizations voluntary commitments • SDG Partnerships are NOT general partnerships for sustainable development • SDG Partnerships ARE partnerships that are linked to at least delivering one of the SDGs • SDG Partnerships ARE multi- stakeholder • SDG Partnerships ARE inline with the UN values July 22, 2012 Footer text here2
  3. 3. Achieving a Common Understanding of Partnerships 1. UN lead a multi-stakeholder partnership – e.g. Sustainable Energy for ALL 2. Multi-stakeholder partnerships that involve the UN – e.g. GAVI (Global Alliance forVaccines and Immunisation) or GRAIN 3. Multi-stakeholder partnerships that do not involve the UN July 22, 2012 Footer text here3
  4. 4. Success factors of MSPs • A “learning culture” in our approach to partnerships • Promoting integrated (cross-sectoral or nexus) approaches in MSPs • Strong and effective leadership • Strong governance processes, • Process management – including conflict mediation, • An independent and well staffed secretariat • Adequate funding and resource management • Good capacity building for partners July 22, 2012 Footer text here4
  5. 5. Architecture forAccountability,Transparency, Due Diligence, Monitoring and Review • Accountability and transparency • Roles of intergovernmental bodies, the UN system and other fora • UN system coordination • Principles, Guidelines, and Due diligence • Monitoring and Mapping • Reporting • Review July 22, 2012 Footer text here5
  6. 6. Summary of key ideas and proposals 1. A nexus approach should be promoted by the UN and applied by MSPs, reflecting the cross sectoral nature of the 2030 Agenda. 2. More focus is needed on MSPs at the country-level and MSPs in LDCs and other countries in special situation need to be encouraged. 3. UNDESA could take the lead in mapping partnership initiatives, supported by the Global Compact.The online platform “Partnerships for SDGs” should be improved, including search functions and regular updates. 4. The differentiation between different types of partnerships needs to be further defined and clarified as a first step. 5. The GA resolution on “Towards Global Partnerships” could broaden its focus beyond partnerships with the private sector to also include academia, NGOs, philanthropy and other stakeholders. 6. More coordination across the UN system is necessary.A network of multi- stakeholder focal points could be established and could be involved in the preparation of the ECOSOC Partnership Forum. July 22, 2012 Footer text here6
  7. 7. Summary of key ideas and proposals 7. The UN system needs to ensure that principles and guidelines established are respected.There might be a role for the QCPR to set a minimum set of guidelines for the UN’s engagement with partners at the national level. 8. A coherent and strengthened due diligence procedure should be established. A first layer could be to centrally endorse throughout the system a set of overarching guidelines for partnerships, building on already existing guidelines and language from A/RES/70/224. It could specifically also make signing onto the Global Compact principles a requirement for business engagement with the UN. A second layer could complement these guidelines by sector specific guidelines endorsed by specialized agencies. 9. Intergovernmental fora can and should complement each other, rather than creating parallel structures.There should be specific and complementing roles for the GA, ECOSOC and the HLPF as reflected by existing mandates.The various executive boards of funds and programmes could also play a role in providing guidance on MSPs involving the UN organizations over which they have oversight. 10. Leading to the HLPF, a coherent process of review should be put in place, based on the suggestions for monitoring and review. ECOSOC should lead this process. July 22, 2012 Footer text here7
  8. 8. Summary of key ideas and proposals 11. A central reporting mechanism could be established, distinguishing between different types of partnership, with distinct requirements for UN-led partnerships. Reporting should be aligned with guidelines and principles. For mega partnerships, internal monitoring and review mechanisms could be complemented by independent reviews/audits. 12. For partnerships registered on the “Partnerships for SDGs” platform, a lighter reporting process should be put in place, with the option to follow-up and review the listing, but this might require off-line resources. 13. The Global Compact’s communication on progress reporting requirements could be further aligned with the SDGs and discussed at the Partnership Forum. 14. A role for independent or expert bodies should be considered in providing expertise and assistance to intergovernmental fora or the UN system in their monitoring and review of MSPs. 15. Major groups and other stakeholders should have a role in promoting transparency and accountability. 16. A proposal was made to showcase “Champion” partnerships at the ECOSOC Partnership Forum as positive examples for other MSPs. It was also felt that there is a need to establish “safe spaces” for sharing negative results and to promote learning from failure.The Partnership Forum could also be that space. It could also be a creative space to explore new ideas and trends in MSPs. July 22, 2012 Footer text here8
  9. 9. What you can do in the google document: Dialogue Note 1: 1. What does it take to galvanize new cross-sectoral partnerships? 2. What are possible incentives that would promote and encourage existing partnerships to utilize crosssectoral approaches? 3. What are the elements of an enabling environment for cross- sectoral multi-stakeholder partnerships? 4. What institutional arrangements are needed for the United Nations to fully and efficiently support Member States in cross- sectoral multi-stakeholder partnerships? 5. What are the lessons learned from multi-stakeholder partnerships that have successfully leveraged (or who are committed to leveraging) cross-sectoral approaches to achieve 6. How can we design cross-sectoral multi-stakeholder partnerships to effectively leverage integrated or nexus approaches to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development? 7. What type of monitoring, reporting, and evaluation mechanisms could be used for cross-sectoral multi-stakeholder partnerships? July 22, 2012 Footer text here9
  10. 10. What you can do in the google document: Dialogue Note 2 1. How can the UN system strengthen coherence and coordination of UN-led multi- stakeholder partnerships? 2. What are the additional challenges involved in ensuring the transparency and accountability of cross-sectoral multi-stakeholder partnerships, and how can these be addressed? 3. How can multi-stakeholder partnerships involving the United Nations be more transparent and accountable? 4. How can the UN improve its due diligence, monitoring and review of its partnerships that contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda? 5. What kind of reporting would be appropriate for different types of partnerships? 6. How can the existing reporting requirements be aligned with UN partnership guidelines and principles? 7. What types of partnership models have been successful in establishing clear monitoring and review policies?What are some best practices that can be highlighted? 8. How could the role of Member States in reviewing and monitoring multi-stakeholder partnerships implementing the 2030Agenda be enhanced to ensure the reputational integrity of the United Nations in such partnership initiatives? What could be the division of labour on the review of partnerships of the General Assembly, ECOSOC and the High-level Political Forum under the auspices ECOSOC and theGeneral Assembly? July 22, 2012 Footer text here10
  11. 11. Now its upto you https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZdiKXYdexpFtLNa1QvyJ- edCmxxahQKYw6f7UuHDnuw/edit
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