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The UNPSA promotes and rewards innovation and excellence in public services supporting implementation of the Agenda for Sustainable Development, its 17 goals SDGsand the core principle of Agenda of leaving no one behind. The deadline for nominations is 30 November Click here for more information.
The Symposium will provide a platform for decision-makers to discuss challenges and share knowledge on how to strengthen public governance and bolster capacities of public institutions to implement the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs in Asia and the Pacific.
Selected Eastern Africa countries will also benefit from the discussions.
It will be the opportunity to take stock and learn from many innovative approaches to public service delivery that aim to leave no one behind, engage all stakeholders in decision-making processes, and leverage new technologies for good.
It will also focus on the key role that partnerships can play in achieving the SDGs, including partnerships between developed and developing countries.
It will help strengthen partnerships through North-South, South-South, and triangular cooperation. A total of 43 participants attended from Pacific and Indian Ocean member states, including 15 country delegations including Sri Lanka, as the host country, which nominated government officials from across ministries.
Key outcome messages included a call for greater capacity development on finance and technology transfer for risk-informed development policy and decision-making. A workspace has been set up on the UNISDR Prevention Web platform to continue online discussions, photo and forum materials sharing among all participants and resources persons.
Anyone can join at: The Survey provides new analysis and evidence on how to further utilize the potential of e-government to support the Agenda.
It also examines how Member States can use e-government and information technologies to build sustainable and resilient societies. The Council also endorsed the principles of effective governance for sustainable development contained in the report, to be used as an initial reference point in building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.
This view was echoed by ECOSOC, reaffirming the need for ongoing, practical improvements in national and local governance capabilities to achieve the Agenda and other international agreements.
The next challenge for CEPA will be to identify well-defined practices that are clearly related, feasible to implement and based on sufficient empirical evidence of their impact on the achievement of the SDGs.
The forthcoming edition will focus on public institutions for the Sustainable Development Goals SDGsexamining trends in relation to the implementation of institutional principles highlighted in SDG The meeting will provide a space for debate and learning on how to audit the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs and facilitate information sharing on SDG audits, reflecting on common challenges and opportunities and the engagement between governments, SAIs and other stakeholders in the follow-up and review of the SDGs.
Emerging findings and lessons learned from conducting audits of preparedness for SDG implementation in different regions will be shared. Over participants, including SAI leadership, members of audit teams conducting SDG audits, government officials, experts, and selected representatives from civil society, UN system agencies and other stakeholders will participate.
A key message of the session was that institutions play a critical role in the achievement of all of the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs and associated targets and that a wide range of ongoing improvements in national and local governance capabilities can yield important long-term results.
Building on the work of the 16th session, the Committee agreed on a set of principles of effective governance for sustainable development that could serve as an important reference point in building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels and in support of the implementation of all SDGs.
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The World Public Sector Report (WPSR ) examines how governments, public institutions and public administration can foster integrated approaches to the implementation of the Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.
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