Four Years of SDGs in Bangladesh: Non-State Actors as Delivery Partners
Rahman, Mustafizur | February 2020
The first ever intellectual contribution on sustainable development in Bangladesh through a non-government lens, this book is a unique analytical output that has been generated through a remarkable participatory process. The idea for this special compendium was conceived by the Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh, and later validated by concerned government offcials, representatives from the private sector, international development partners, media professionals and Platform’s partners, through focused consultations and presentations at a national conclave and a policy dialogue in New York during the UN’s High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) 2019. The book offers a set of reports that evaluate the development progress of Bangladesh, with special reference to the role of non-state actors, in the six Goal areas identified to be reviewed at the HLPF 2019: Quality Education; Decent Work and Economic Growth; Reduced Inequalities; Climate Action; Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions; and Partnerships for the Goals. In the process, the reports identify key partnership challenges and possible approaches in moving forward. As Bangladesh prepares for its second Voluntary National Review (VNR), to be presented at the HLPF 2020, this publication is offered as an input for that preparatory process. It may also provide guidance to the country’s development NGOs and private sector for contributing in the HLPF 2020.
CitationRahman, Mustafizur. 2020. Four Years of SDGs in Bangladesh: Non-State Actors as Delivery Partners. © Centre for Policy Dialogue. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/11540.
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