Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: A Tangible Instrument to Support the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda at the Local Level

Okitasari, Mahesti, Prabowo, Mochammad Hendro and Santono, Hamong, (2021). Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: A Tangible Instrument to Support the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda at the Local Level. Social Development Issues, 42(3), 61-86

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    Author Okitasari, Mahesti
    Prabowo, Mochammad Hendro
    Santono, Hamong
    Title Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: A Tangible Instrument to Support the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda at the Local Level
    Appearing in Social Development Issues
    Volume 42
    Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2021-04-01
    Place of Publication Online
    Publisher 2020 International Consortium for Social Development
    Start page 61
    End page 86
    Language eng
    Abstract The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development emphasizes a transformation of global development and a “win–win” cooperation based on an integrated approach and equal relationships among stakeholders, as well as coherent, comprehensive, and inclusive responses for development issues and challenges. Responding to the limited government sources, the newly introduced direction of multi-lateralism underlines the importance of partnerships between governments and non-state actors to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Partnering for the SDGs requires the government to move out from its traditional ways of working with non-state actors such as consulting in policymaking or contracting for policy implementation. This paper aims to understand how multi-stakeholder partnerships could be a tangible instrument to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda, in particular related to urban issues. Using Indonesia case studies as examples, it seeks to examine the ways in which partnerships between state and non-state actors are being pursued and their associated drivers and challenges. In particular, sustained engagement beyond short-term partnership requires an establishment of formal institutional frameworks, alignment of objectives, and fulfilling of partnership requirements.
    Keyword 2030 agenda for sustainable development
    multi-stakeholder partnerships
    developing countries
    local governments
    Copyright Holder 2020 International Consortium for Social Development
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI https://doi.org/10.3998/sdi.17872073.0042.305
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