Category: Sustainable Development 2015
Stakeholder Forum is delighted to announce a new programme in partnership with CIVICUS and in collaboration with UN DESA and undertaken with the financial assistance of the European Union:
Sustainable Development 2015: Enhanced Multi-Stakeholder Engagement in the Post-Rio+20 and Post-2015 Processes (SD2015)
The two year SD2015 programme will provide tools and opportunities for all stakeholders to participate in the global deliberations on and around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the wider post-2015 development agenda, through the following five focus areas: Raise Awareness; Increase Engagement; Empower Stakeholders; Coordinate Advocacy; and Strengthen Governance
| SD2015 will provide briefings for, and enhance communication between, all stakeholders from civil society, governments and the media to raise awareness of the process and its importance
| SD2015 will provide opportunities and modalities for stakeholders to engage with the UN system and share expert inputs to increase the universality, relevance and ambition of the global goals
| SD2015 will provide tools and training to build multi-stakeholders’ capacity to achieve ambitious aims for the goals through their engagement with the UN, national governments and the media
| SD2015 will provide tools, resources sand forums for multi-stakeholders to plan and develop coordinated advocacy around the global goals, at and between local, national and global levels
SD2015 will inform parliamentarians on the global goals agenda, develop global institutions and engage existing networks and infrastructure for all stakeholders. Examplars in, and synergies between, national and internation policy making will be identified and used to develop guidance.
We encourage you to get involved in this crucial process to help build a more sustainable future. SD2015’s events, training materials and reports provide a means to ensure that all stakeholders can engage in and influence the post-2015 process at the national, regional and global levels.
For further details, read our short summary brochure, and keep up to date with the programme’s activities and events via the website.
We want to hear from you, contact Ian Fenn (Programme Manager) at [email protected] for more information about the programme and ways to get involved.
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