COVID-19 and Progress on Subnational Localisation of the SDGs

Okitasari, Mahesti, Kandpal, Richa and Korwatanasakul, Upalat (2021). COVID-19 and Progress on Subnational Localisation of the SDGs. United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability and United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific.

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    Author Okitasari, Mahesti
    Kandpal, Richa
    Korwatanasakul, Upalat
    Title COVID-19 and Progress on Subnational Localisation of the SDGs
    Publication Date 2021-09
    Place of Publication Tokyo, Japan and Jakarta, Indonesia
    Publisher United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability and United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific
    Pages 47
    Language eng
    Abstract According to the survey conducted by UNU-IAS and UCLG ASPAC in February 2021, the COVID-19 crisis has had adverse socioeconomic impacts on subnational governments (local and regional) and their progress on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) localisation in Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. However, the impacts of the crisis on subnational governments are differentiated in terms of governance, finance, and actions towards attaining the SDGs. Simultaneously, the subnational response and policy priorities to the crisis include two cross-cutting components: urgent measures to respond to the emergency and their desired policy directions towards recovery and resilience.
    Keyword COVID-19
    SDGs
    Localisation
    Copyright Holder United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability and United Cities and Local Governments Asia-Pacific
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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