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Gerardo Noto Governance and Peacebuilding Cluster Leader , BPPS/UNDP Regional Hub Panama

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  1. Country-by-Country Monitoring of the Implementation of Goal 16 on Effective, Accountable and Inclusive Institutions Gerardo Noto Governance and Peacebuilding Cluster Leader, BPPS/UNDP Regional Hub Panama Gerardo.noto@undp.org

  2. Pilot countries • El Salvador • Georgia • Indonesia • Mexico • Tunisia • South Africa • Uruguay

  3. Premises 1. Monitoring is an integral part of implementation 2. Goal 16 is larger than the sum of its parts - innovative ways to advance open government as an integral dimension to sustainable development “Governance-informed” development

  4. Objectives • To develop and implement an inclusive monitoring methodology that includes government and civil society and that supports the implementation of SDG16 • To make the monitoring open and transparent and associated data and information publically available • To support the processes of monitoring and reporting progress on SDG16 • Inclusiveness of data – official & non-official sources

  5. The pilot process: National processes for monitoring Goal 16 International level complementary indicators (i.e. SDG 16 Data Initiative, CoD) Official sources of indicators National level indicators … Stage 1. Collection of Indicators Analytical joint reviews of progress and recommendations (consultation rounds) Stage 2. Joint Analytical Review and Narrative Assessments Group 16.8 Group 16.7 Group 16.10 Group 16.9 Group 16.3 Group 16.5 Group 16.6 Group 16.2 Group 16.4 Group 16.5 Group 16.1 Stage 3. Country Specific Periodic Scorecard Monitor Data Gaps Country Specific Periodic Scorecard National Develp’t Plans Policy Options

  6. Example of possible report cards - showing use of different types of data at national level Principles: • Measure what matters at country level • Provide insights of political settlement and context not just scores • Be score-informed by local conditions not score-driven • Use multiple score/data sources (official, internal, external…) • Always re-evaluate scores/reports – periodicity of reporting

  7. On types and forms of reporting • Annual SDG report • Compiled by Statistics Division on behalf of SG in time for HLPF in July • It will include data/statistics from global indicator framework (no country focus, but region) • National SDG reports • Informal non-mandatory from the follow up review • No timetable for submission, but Member States to decide • National voluntary reviews • Under HLPF where countries volunteer a minimum of two reports by 2030 2016: Georgia | Mexico 2017: El Salvador | Indonesia | Uruguay ?: Tunisia | South Africa

  8. Additional references • SDG Indicators Global Database  unstats.un.org/sdgs/indicators/database/ • SDG Indicators Metadata Repository  unstats.un.org/sdgs/metadata/ • High Level Political Forum (HLPF)  sustainabledevelopment.un.org/hlpf/inputs • “Goal 16 – The indicators we want. Virtual Network Sourcebook on Measuring Peace, Justice and Effective Institutions” • SDG16 Data Initiative  http://www.sdg16.org/

  9. Country-by-Country Monitoring of the Implementation of Goal 16 on Effective, Accountable and Inclusive Institutions Gerardo Noto Governance and Peacebuilding Cluster Leader, BPPS/UNDP Regional Hub Panama Gerardo.noto@undp.org