This article was submitted on Nov. 9, 2018, 8:19 a.m. (Last modified: May 26, 2021, 7:01 a.m.)
Partners for Review recently launched their newest publication, titled Emerging Practices in National SDG Review: Tracking Progress Together. Partners for Review is a transnational multi-stakeholder network for government representatives and stakeholders from civil society, the private sector and academia involved in the national review and monitoring process towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Partners for Review builds on exchanges and retreats in the lead-up to the HLPF and helps to meet the demand for extended follow-up. The network facilitates dialogue and peer-learning on challenges, provides space to explore best practices and lessons learnt, mobilizes knowledge, and shares expertise on new and emerging issues related to national monitoring and review. The publication presents ten practical examples from ten different countries, each portraying one specific approach that has been taken in the respective country to resolve a particular challenge in the SDG review process. The cases are categorised and colour-coded according to the three main fields of challenges covered in this magazine: "Whole-of-government" (green); "Whole-of-society" (red); and "Addressing data challenges" (yellow). The full publication can be accessed here.