The first volume of the Guidelines for VLRs, provides an overview and analysis of all the documents that local governments have issued to review and assess their implementation performance, looking for common traits, comparable variables and the thread binding the VLRs together.
The Volume 2 of the VLR Series, the Guidelines for Voluntary Local Reviews, jointly developed by UN-Habitat and UCLG, provides an overview and analysis of how the linkage between national and local levels is playing out.
Local Action for Global Impact” at WUF11 consolidates the crucial involvement of Local and Regional Governments and its commitment towards SDG Localization during this milestone event held in Katowice, Poland in June 2022. This document summarizes the key outcomes of the sessions organized and supported by the SDG Localization and Local Governments and the SDG Cities teams.
The objective of Module 3 is to enhance the involvement of LRGAs in the preparation of national VNRs and to help them to make their own reports on the involvement of LRGs in the pursuit of localizing of the SDGs and global agendas.
The Strategic Plan for 2020–2023 repositions UN-Habitat as a major global entity, a centre of excellence and innovation. In that respect, the organization is refocusing its niche position as the “thought leader” and the go-to programme for issues pertaining to its work, setting the global discourse and agenda on sustainable urban development.
UN-Habitat has developed this Guide to provide knowledge and resources on the multi-level governance strategies and tools that government at all levels (national, regional and local) can utilize for emergency health preparedness and the achievement of health equity.
This guide introduces Monitoring Human Settlements Indicators. Making progress in Monitoring of SDG 11 is crucial in ensuring the success of the SDG framework. SDG 11 contains ten targets: seven are outcome-oriented and three are process-oriented. The latest targets and associated indicators, as listed by IAEG-SDGs are presented in the guide.
The handbook offers guidance on how to develop urban projects and interventions through a participatory and consultative approach with city stakeholders, while allowing for flexibility to tailor interventions to the specific needs of individual cities and regions.