7/7 and 7/9: A Notice on HLPF (High Level Political Forum) Event 2021
◆ Accelerating the SDGs Monitoring and Implementation Actions Using SDG16+
|DATE||July 7th, EDT 07:30-09:00 and JST 20:30-22:00|
・Opening Remarks -Representative of Govt. of Nepal
・Panel – I, Integrating SDG 16 Plus with Human Rights at global level
Moderator – Jyotsna Mohan, Regional Coordinator, ADA
-John Romano, Global Coordinator, TAP Network
-Deirdre De BURCA, Advocacy Co-ordinator, Forus
-Katherine Liao, OHCHR
TAP Network: What are the global trends in SDG 16 Plus in past 5 years based on TAP’s experience as a global network?
Forus: Having worked on enabling environment for civil society over many years, why do you think addressing SDG 16 plus is relevant for CSOs everywhere?
OHCHR: How effectively does SDG 16 + address human rights issues from OHCHR’s perspective ?
How relevant and important will SDG 16 Plus be in terms of advancing progress in the areas of peace, governance, accountability, transparency, and civic space by 2030? What are the key challenges and opportunities?
・PANEL -II, Assessing The National and Regional Trends of SDG16+ over past 5 years
Moderator – Denison Jayasooria, Malaysian CSO SDG Alliance
Monitoring and Implementation of SDGs 16 Plus at the regional level , what are the main trends and recommendations?
– Asia Development Alliance (ADA)
What are the challenges in the monitoring and implementation of SDG 16 Plus in your countries Govt. of Malaysia, South Korea and Nepal
-Mr Jerald Joseph (Human Rights Commissioner, Malaysia)
What is the role of CSOs in monitoring and implementation of SDG 16+ (CSOs of Malaysia, South Korea, Japan and Nepal)
-Hon Maria Chin Abdullah, Member of Parliament, Malaysia & Deputy Chair All Party Parliamentary Group Malaysia on SDG (APPGM SDG)
-Aoi Horiuchi, Senior Advocacy Officer, Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation
・3 key recommendations to accelerate SDG 16 plus action in your country
・Q&A from the Floor
Q&A from the Floor
・Closing Remarks – Representative from Govt of Nepal
|Organizers||National Planning Commission of Nepal, Asia Development Alliance (ADA, Forus International, TAP Network, Korea NGO Council for Overseas Development Cooperation (KCOC), Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation (JANIC)|
・Asia Development Alliance Website
◆Why the multi-stakeholder engagement & capacity building commitments of SDG 17 should be prioritised in the Asia-Pacific Region
|DATE||July 9th, EDT 07:30-09:00 and JST 20:30-22:00|
|Language||English, Spanish and French|
Setting the Scene – what progress is being made in implementing the Multi-Stakeholder capacity building commitments of SDG 17 globally and across Asia? (Moderator: Akio Takayanagi, Policy Advisor at JANIC)
-Oh, Hyunjoo, H.E. Ambassador Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations
Hon Dato Seri Rohani Abdul Karim, Chair APPGM SDG, Member of the Parliament of Malaysia & former Cabinet Minister (2013-2018)
Natalja Wehmer, Economic Affairs Officer at the ESCAP Subregional Office for North and Central Asia
Deirdre de Burca, Advocacy Coordinator at Forus
SECOND PANEL – Civil Society perspectives on the implementation of SDG 17’s commitments on multi-stakeholder capacity building across Asia. (Moderator: Dr. Denison Jayasooria, Co-chair of the Malaysian CSO SDG Alliance)
-Anthony Tan, CSO representative from the Malaysian CSO SDG Alliance -Aoi Horiuchi, Senior Advocacy Officer, Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation (JANIC)
-Jyostna Mohan, Regional Coordinator at the Asia Development Alliance (ADA)
-Shin, Jaeeun, Director of Policy Education Center at the Korea NGO Council for Overseas Development Cooperation (KCOC)
|Organizers||All Party Parliamentary Group Malaysia on Sustainable Development Goals (APPGM-SDG), Economic Planning Unit of the Government of Malaysia, the Government of Japan, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Asia Development Alliance (ADA), Forus International, Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation (JANIC), Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Korea NGO Council for Overseas Development Cooperation (KCOC) and the Malaysian CSO SDG Alliance|
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About the Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation (JANIC):
JANIC is a network of civil society organizations (CSOs) promoting to solve global issues. We unite and support over 100 organizations to help eradicate global poverty, inequality and injustice by maximizing strengths of our members. Established in 1987 by leaders of Japanese NGOs, JANIC has provided multiple capacity building trainings to Japanese NGOs, promoted partnerships with private sectors, labor unions and local governments, as well as advocating to the government and international organization on key development issues such as SDGs, human rights-based approaches, development effectiveness, disaster risk reduction, and safety and security of NGOs. JANIC is a steering committee of Asia Development Alliance (ADA) and a member organization of Forus, CIVICUS, CPDE, and A4SD.