Papers 2015 and 2016

Papers 2015 and 2016

Section 1

Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels

Paper 1: Role of transparency and access to information in development,  David Banisar 

Paper 2: A technical revolution in development: the role of ICTs in improving development governance, Olimar Maisonet-Guzman

Paper 3: Can we Access and Trust Digital Records to Support Development Goals? Anne Thurston

Paper 4: Data Revolution for Sustainable Development Report,  Jessica Espey

Paper 5: Monitoring Access to Information in the SDGs: Indicators, Issues and Practical Solutions, Bill Orme

Paper 6: Hearing the neediest voices, community and public participation in development,  Dr Dhananjayan (Danny) Sriskandarajah and Mandeep Tiwana

Section 2: Global Governance

Paper 1: Follow-up to the SDGs: Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development: The role of the High-Level Political Forum, Nikhil Seth

Paper 2: Good, Effective and Equitable Governance and the Sustainable Development Goals, Steven Bernstein

Paper 3: Review of High Level and UNGA resolutions on Sustainable Development Governance, David Banisar

Paper 4: Gauging our Progress Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting,  Neil Pierre 

Paper 5: Sustainable Development Goals and sustainable development governance as we are today, Nikhil Seth

Paper 6: Ensuring a coherent place for the HLPF and ECOSOC, Sara Luna

Paper 7: The Role and Place of the High-Level Political Forum in Strengthening the Global Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development,  Jan Gustav Stranderneus

Paper 8: Key questions for an interlinked and coherent governance for the review and follow-up of the post 2015 agenda and its SDG and the Addis Ababa commitments, Felix Dodds

Section 3: Regional approaches to Implementation

Paper 1: ECLAC Draft Convention on Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration, Marcos Orellana

Paper 2: Regional Implementation the role of African Regional frameworks such as APRM, Adedayo Bolaji-Adio

Section 4: National Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals

Paper 1: The role of National Councils and Commissions for Sustainable Development/Economic and Social Councils,  Derek Osborn, Jack Cornforth and Farooq Ullah

Paper 2: What are the key issues that governments should address for the global follow-up of major agreements reached in 2015? Steven Bernstein

Paper 3: Parliament’s possible role in monitoring the implementation of the new development goals,  Alessandro Motter

Paper 4: Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation, Yuko Suzuki

Paper 5: Partnerships lessons from the first ten years of Type 2 Partnerships,  Felix Dodds

 

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