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P4R Documents

A comparative analysis of 43 VNRs submitted to the 2017 HLPF (by P4R): P4R comparative analysis of 2017 VNRs

A comparative analysis of 46 VNRs submitted to the 2018 HLPF (by P4R): forthcoming.

Other documents

2018:

UN DESA VNR Handbook 2019 Edition: VNR Handbook 2019 Edition

UN DESA VNR Handbook 2018 Edition: VNR Handbook 2018 Edition

Updated voluntary common reporting guidelines for VNRsUpdated guidelines for reporting

Q&A VNRs 2018 HLPFQA for VNRs 2018

Progressing national SDGs implementation – An independent assessment of the VNR reports submitted to the HLPF in 2017: Progressing national SDG implementation_2nd Edition

UN DESA Compendium of National Institutional Arrangements for implementing the 2030 Agenda – The 64 countries that presented VNRs at the HLPF in 2016 and 2017: Compendium of national institutional arrangements

Voluntary National Review Reports – what do they report? An analysis of trends in VNR reporting based on 2017 VNRs (UN Committee for Development Policy 2018): CDP Background Paper

VNR reporting needs evaluation: a call for global guidance and national action (IIED Briefing January 2018): VNR reporting needs evaluation

The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2018 – UN DESA. An overview of progress towards achieving the SDGs: UN SDG Report 2018

2017:

UN DESA 2017 Voluntary National Reviews – Synthesis ReportSynthesis report VNRs 2017

UNDP Institutional and Coordination Mechanisms – A Guidance NoteGuidance Note

UNDG Guidelines to support country reportingGuidelines to support country reporting

2016

UN DESA 2016 Voluntary National Reviews – Synthesis Report: Synthesis report VNRs 2016

Critical milestones towards coherent, efficient and inclusive follow-up and review at the global levelhttp://undocs.org/en/A/70/684

Report of the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicatorshttps://unstats.un.org/unsd/statcom/47th-session/documents/2016-2-IAEG-SDGs-E.pdf

2015

Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Developmenthttps://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015/transformingourworld

Beisheim, Marianne and Simon, Nils 2015 – Meta-Governance of Partnerships for Sustainable Development, Actors’ Perspectives on How the UN Could Improve Partnerships’ Governance Services in Areas of Limited Statehood. The working paper analyzes different perspectives of key actors on multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development. It focuses on actors in the UN context and discusses the success conditions to enable and ensure existing and the development of new partnerships. https://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/fachpublikationen/Beisheim_etal2015_Meta-Governance_of_Partnerships_for_Sustainable_DevelopmentWP68.pdf

Beisheim, Marianne 2015 – Follow-up and review of implementation of the agenda and the agreed goals and targets. This document is a presentation held by Ms. Beisheim on why an effective and efficient review and follow up process is needed and how it could be implemented. https://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/medienbeitraege/Beisheim-FollowUpAndReview_PresentationAtUNPlenary.pdf

Beisheim, Marianne 2015 – Reviewing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and Partnerships, A Proposal for a Multi-level Review at the High-level Political Forum. This early 2015 study discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the existing review processes at that time. The author suggests a “Commit and Review” process and review partnerships for sustainable development. https://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/research_papers/2015_RP01_bsh.pdf

2014

Beisheim, Marianne 2014 – The Future HLPF Review, Criteria and ideas for its institutional design. The working paper analyses the options for a review mechanism for the HLPF and a follow-up and review process to achieving the implementation of sustainable development. Initially the author designs criteria for an institutionalized effective review mechanism. It is followed by an analysis of existing review mechanisms and an evaluation of their advantages for the new HLPF review. https://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/arbeitspapiere/Beisheim_FG08Working_Paper_Review_140306.pdf

Links

Information on HLPFhttps://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/hlpf

SDG Trackerhttps://sdg-tracker.org/

SDG Knowledge Hub – a project by the International Institute of Sustainable Development: http://sdg.iisd.org/

The Sustainable Development Goals