Partners for Review

A Global Multi-Stakeholder Network for a Robust Review Process of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

UPCOMING EVENT

P4R Virtual Networking Days, 18-21 May 2021

Please save the date for our 10th network meeting that will take place virtually from 18-21 May 2021 with a series of webinars throughout the week. For more information or in case you would like to participate contact us via partnersforreview@giz.de

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Recover Better Support Fund

The COVID-19 pandemic poses a significant setback for the world’s ambition to eradicate poverty and achieve sustainable development. Implementing the 2030 Agenda and meeting the SDGs while leaving no one behind has thus become even more challenging. The crisis, however, also offers an opportunity to accelerate action and tackle long-due structural reforms. The Recover Better Support Fund is a new fund commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). It supports partner countries’ efforts to recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, while advancing the 2030 Agenda. Through two funding lines, German Cooperation aims to drive further these efforts by 1. strengthening sustainable development advisory bodies and 2. supporting Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in scaling up proven or tested local approaches in the areas of i) education, ii) health, iii) securing livelihoods and iv) social and political participation. Who can apply? Institutions and organisations willing to apply must possess a legal personality and a non-profit/public benefit status. Deadline for submissions: Sunday, 6th June, 2021 More info at: www.recoverbettersupportfund.com

Why Partners for Review matters

Partners for Review (P4R) is a global multi-stakeholder network for government representatives and stakeholders from civil society, the private sector, academia and other non-state actors. The network’s objective is to help foster robust follow-up and review mechanisms at all levels and to ultimately contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The network facilitates dialogue and peer learning on promising practices and success factors, provides a safe space to explore challenges and lessons learnt, and regularly produces knowledge products related to follow-up and review. It unites more than 650 key actors from over 90 countries around the globe as well as from international organisations and UN entities – and is probably unique in this constellation.