UN Multi-stakeholder Strategies for Scaling-up and Mainstreaming Sustainable Development


Side Event


21 Jun - 21 Jun 2012

Duration of event:

1 day


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Programme area:

Environment, Environmental Governance and Law


No fee

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A wide range of sustainable development strategies have emerged, led by international and national organizations as well as civil society. However, while these practices have contributed to fostering democratic governance, creating jobs, developing more resilient communities and more competitive productive practices, they often retain a status of “good examples”. This side-event calls for new concerted efforts to implement, in partnership between various sectors, transformational strategies for sustainable development. It highlights multi-stakeholder partnerships and strategies in areas such as urban planning, education, disaster risk reduction, innovation, research, etc. The event is organized by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in collaboration with the UN University (UNU), the UN Development Programme (UNDP), the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and UNITAR.