Lessons Learned Report

Advancing Inclusive SDG Data

The idea for this SDG data partnership process first emerged at the Partners for Review meeting in Hanoi at the end of 2019, when we asked ourselves how to set up such cross sector collaborations for SDG monitoring. At the global SDG 16 workshop in Copenhagen in early 2020, we decided to begin by supporting different countries to create safe spaces for dialogue between key stakeholders, to learn from each other, and move forward their inclusive data partnerships. We hope that this process has helped to clarify the important role of different stakeholders in the data ecosystem and has strengthened the SDG monitoring processes in these countries over the long run. This report captures some of the learnings generated through the process. We hope that you, dear reader, find useful insights and ideas, and that other countries can learn from this experience for the future.

Studies / Research / Report
Danish Institute for Human Rights [DIHR]
45 pages
Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs]
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights [UNGPs]