Multi-stakeholder engagement in 2030 agenda implementation

Multi-stakeholder engagement in 2030 agenda implementation

CCIC partnered with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs to research how governments engage with diverse stakeholders to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 2030 Agenda calls on governments to apply a whole-of-government and a whole-of-society approach to realizing the Sustainable Development Goals. Based on a review of country reporting to the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development over 2016-2019, the study identified trends and country experiences with respect to multi-stakeholder engagement. The report showcases 10 lessons to inform inclusive and participatory approaches to 2030 Agenda implementation.  

VNR Stakeholder Engagement Research

Equitable Partnerships through Triangular Co-operation

Equitable Partnerships through Triangular Co-operation

CCIC partnered with Global Affairs Canada to understand how Canadian civil society organizations are engaging in triangular co-operation. Over late 2019 and early 2020, CCIC worked to raise awareness among Canadian CSOs about the new definition of triangular co-operation, identified and documented related civil society experiences and consulted Canadian CSOs on key enabling factors for engaging in effective triangular co-operation. The initiative culminated in a synthesis report of key findings and a set of 16 short, 2-3 page profiles for each project examined under the initiative.” 

 

Equitable Partnerships through Triangular Co-operation Report  Full report 

Equitable Partnerships through Triangular Co-operation, English highlights | French highlights  

Profiles of examined projects available* – English profiles | French profiles  

*All profiles will be available in both English and French in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!” 

PowerPoint presentation

Recording – Webinar of March 23, 2020

Delivering Results for Women and Girls: Intersectoral approaches to water, sanitation, hygiene and health

Delivering Results for Women and Girls: Intersectoral approaches to water, sanitation, hygiene and health

In May 2019, WaterAid Canada partnered with the Canadian Council for International Co-operation to convene a roundtable of health and WASH sector stakeholders within Canada’s development sector. The roundtable identified recommendations that will support more integrated approaches to health and WASH to realize sustainable development impact, notably for women and girls. Check out Delivering results for women and girls: Intersectoral approaches to water, sanitation, hygiene and health to find out how Canada’s health and WASH sectors can adopt more integrated approaches and see recommendations for how Global Affairs Canada can support such efforts. 

Third Edition of Progressing National SDGs Implementation

Third Edition of Progressing National SDGs Implementation

Third Edition of Progressing National SDGs Implementation

Progressing National SDG Implementation” is the third in a regular series of reports commissioned by civil society. It documents and analyses the 46 English, French, Spanish and Arabic Voluntary National Review (VNR) reports submitted in 2018 to the UN’s High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF).

The report identifies ten key pillars that we believe are essential to the effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It also recognizes emerging good practice and sets out a range of conclusions and recommendations with respect to how countries can both improve their implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and use the HLPF as an opportunity for mutual peer learning, knowledge exchange and support. Importantly, the review also provides a comparative assessment of how VNR reporting is evolving over time through a comparison of analysis of the VNRs in 2016 and 2017 with findings for 2018.

 

Training Manual – Implementing a Human Rights -Based Approach (CCIC and Equitas)

Training Manual – Implementing a Human Rights -Based Approach (CCIC and Equitas)

Training Manual – Implementing a Human Rights -Based Approach (CCIC and Equitas)

This manual was adapted from Integrating HRBA and Equitable Partnerships into Development Programming: Operationalizing the Istanbul Principles.

 

It provides all the resources you need to run a workshop on integrating a human rights-based approach (HRBA) into your programming.

 

By the end of the training participants should be able to:

  1. better integrate the elements of HRBA into the programs and projects of their organizations;
  2. share knowledge with peers and partners on how to integrate a HRBA .

 

 

 

 Click on image for the  HRBA Guide (PDF)

Here are the accompanying PowerPoints to the HRBA manual. The first one is an overview of the International human rights system, and second one is on the Human Rights-Based Approach (HRBA).

Click here for overview of the International human rights system Powerpoint (PDF)

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Click here for Human Rights-Based Approach (HRBA) powerpoint (PDF)

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