SDSN's Sustainable Development Report 2023: Implementing the SDG StimulusJul 2023
At the midpoint of the 2030 Agenda, all of the SDGs are seriously off track. From 2015 to 2019, the world made some progress on the SDGs, although this was already vastly insufficient to achieve the goals. Since the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020 and other simultaneous crises, SDG progress has stalled globally. In most high-income countries (HICs), automatic stabilizers, emergency expenditure, and recovery plans mitigated the impacts of these multiple crises on socioeconomic outcomes.
CPDE's A Race Against Time and Tide: The 2023 Study on the VNRs and SDG Implementation (sparkblue.org)Jul 2023
Led by the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE), this study provides a comprehensive assessment of the inclusion of civil society organisations (CSOs) in the Voluntary National Review (VNR) processes, as well as the institutional conditions of national SDG implementation. The study underscores the urgent need to change perspectives and implement effective strategies to achieve the SDGs. The principles of Effective Development Co-operation (EDC) can serve as a catalyst for SDG implementation. It prescribes changes required to achieve a means of implementation that is democratic, inclusive, transparent, and impactful..
UNDRR's Thought Leadership Course - Synergizing Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation (sparkblue.org)Jun-Dec 2023
In this thought leadership module, developed in partnership with the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR), you will explore the fundamental aspects of harnessing Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) synergies and the lessons learnt by those who are at the forefront of comprehensive disaster and climate risk management.
Integrating Climate Risks into Policy and ProgrammingMar 2023
The Climate Risk Toolbox (CRTB) is a tool designed by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to support climate risk screenings and help policies and agricultural investments better account for climate-related risks.
Connect with the network
Explore practical resources including latest tools, methodologies and trainings, as well as opportunities to join events, participate in pilot initiatives and contribute to commissioned research.
Originally launched in 2017 by the United Nations Sustainable Development Group, this refreshed version of the SDG Acceleration Toolkit (2021) offers best-in-class resources to analyse system interconnections across the 2030 Agenda, enhance policy coherence, ensure that no one is left behind and build resilience.Use the SDG Acceleration Toolkit
How is the network managed?
IPPN is led by a coalition of UN agencies with a Joint Support Team hosted by UNDP assuming day-to-day management of the network. A multistakeholder Advisory Group guides the Joint Support Team on substantive focus and strategic direction. Additional partners are invited to play active roles in co-leading and cofacilitating the network and to contribute resources, practices and lessons learned.