This toolkit is a set of comprehensive training materials – PPTs, exercises, manuals - intended for national experts – government officials, academics, UN Country Teams and others – to enable them to run training workshops for senior to junior government officials and other audiences on SDGs and policy cycle.
This new toolkit developed by UNITAR in collaboration with the UN family explains the theory and practical implications behind policy integration and Leave No One Behind imperatives. Based on this improved understanding, it then aims to support more harmonized approaches towards incorporating the SDGs across the national policy cycle: from integrated planning to aligned budgeting frameworks and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems, reviews and reporting. The toolkit is available in two versions. This first version is specifically customized for African Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and available in both English and French (please check for the French version here). The second version is a Generic one in English with world-wide case studies (will be available in early 2019).
The learning toolkit aims to provide ready-to-use training materials in support of the UN Member States to utilize more harmonized approaches towards incorporating the SDGs across the national policy cycle: from integrated planning to aligned budgeting frameworks and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems, reviews and reporting.
The learning toolkit comprised of 10 Modules:
Module. Inclusive and transformational leadership for “whole of government” and “whole of society” approaches;
Module. Policy integration and coherence;
Module. Policy approaches and design to ensure no one is left behind;
Module. Stakeholder participation and engagement for the 2030 Agenda;
Module. Governance and institutions in support of the SDGs;
Module. National planning and coherent mainstreaming of the 2030 Agenda and other global and regional commitments;
Module. Resource mobilization and SDG-aligned budgeting;
Module. Reviews, monitoring & evaluation and reporting;
Module. Global-level reviews of progress on the SDGs;
Module. The role of local authorities in implementing the SDGs.
This toolkit is a set of comprehensive and fully customizable training materials, which include PPTs, exercises, and manuals.
National experts – government officials, academics, UN Country Teams, and others.
The learning toolkit is free of charge! You would need to register on the platform and shortly you will be contacted by UNITAR and asked to provide 1 paragraph describing your motivation as a basis for access.