Partners for Review

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



The last meeting of the P4R network took place from 16-19 November 2021. Thanks to all who participated in this final meeting. The meeting report can be found HERE



2021 Voluntary National Reviews – a snapshot of trends in SDG reporting: P4R comparative analysis

Engaging non-state actors and local authorities in SDG follow-up and review – Stocktaking, evolving practices and lessons learned: Study high resolution or Study low resolution

The contribution of Supreme Audit Institutions to the achievement of the SDGs – Current issues and opportunities: Study

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 750 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.