Enabling Environment for multi-stakeholder partnerships

March 29, 2017

Given the level of ambition established by the 2030 Agenda, the implementation of the commitments assumed by governments will require “leaving no one behind” to achieve a successful implementation of the SDGs. Even if governments are responsible for their own development, the SDGs cannot be achieved without the active participation of many non-governmental actors. This One Page explores the benefits of multi-actor work in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda at national, regional and global levels.

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Javier Surasky

PhD in International Relations and International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action, has taught courses in different postgraduate careers, including the Master’s Degree in International Relations and the Master’s Degree in Human Rights at the National University of La Plata (Argentina).

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Javier Surasky

PhD in International Relations and International Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action, has taught courses in different postgraduate careers, including the Master’s Degree in International Relations and the Master’s Degree in Human Rights at the National University of La Plata (Argentina).

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