Multi-stakeholder Partnerships in the 2030 Agenda

Improving global governance
Sep 30, 2016 | ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2016, Marianne Beisheim, Nils Simon

In their paper for the ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2016, which debated "ways to improve transparency, accountability and the sharing of experiences of multi-stakeholder partnerships,” Marianne Beisheim and Nils Simon define different types of multi-stakeholder partnerships; identify reasons for their successes and/or failures; recap the history of the UN’s involvement in these partnerships; and discuss recent developments in the context of the 2030 Agenda. They outline options for improving the governance and measurement of results of such partnerships at the UN. />

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