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Partnering for sustainable development guidelines for multi-stakeholder partnerships to implement the 2030 agenda in Asia and the Pacific

Author: Dahiya, B., & Okitasari, M. (2018)

Partnering for sustainable development guidelines for multi-stakeholder partnerships to implement the 2030 agenda in Asia and the Pacific

Dahiya, B., & Okitasari, M. (2018). Partnering for sustainable development guidelines for multi-stakeholder partnerships to implement the 2030 agenda in Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS).

Description

This resource describes the role and use of multi-stakeholder partnerships for meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus on Asia and the Pacific. The document provides a strong analytic framework for how to apply concepts related to partnership formation. Specifically, the resource focuses on a non-linear approach, a Multi-stakeholder Partnership Framework, and details five phases of partnering and their relationship to global policy and advocacy.

Potential use

This resource offers a conceptual framework best suited for those intending to influence policy at local, regional or national levels. The framework may be of most use by those with more advanced partnership approaches, particularly for structuring the formation of partnerships in the context of aligning outcomes to policy change.

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