The CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) invites everyone to the launch of its 2022 study on voluntary national reviews (VNRs) and the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on 13 July at 2pm in New York and 8pm in Paris.
Each year, CPDE conducts an online survey to assess civil society’s perspectives on how the 2030 Agenda’s VNRs are being implemented at the national level. The 2022 survey is its sixth edition (see reports here).
The questionnaire is structured around the principles of effective development cooperation: national ownership of development priorities, inclusive partnerships, transparency and accountability, and a focus on results. It also assesses whether governments have included reports on SDG 5 c.1, as well as on the impacts of Covid-19, as well as reports on actions taken to respond to the pandemic.
Through this exercise, CPDE aims to provide a space for data collection, a collective vision and concrete proposals on how national level VNR processes are conducted and could be developed. The platform hopes that this contribution of civil society, as key development actors, will improve the implementation of the 2030 Agenda from a development effectiveness perspective.
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