Please find below useful materials, readings, tools, networks and organisations relating to multi-stakeholder processes for sustainable development:
- MSP Institute publications: our own publications since 2015 (below)
- Key literature on multi-stakeholder processes, dialogue and partnerships
- Guidance handbooks, tools and other resources for developing and implementing high-quality multi-stakeholder processes
Let us know if there’s resources and references you’d recommend, and we’ll be happy to include them here. Email us at info(at)msp-institute.org. Thanks!
August 2017: Making Multi-stakeholder Partnerships Work for the Sustainable Development Goals (by M Hemmati, MSP Institute, and F Dodds, Tellus Institute). Summary report of a Workshop on the Margins of the UN High Level Political Forum. New York, July 2017.
April 2017: Principles an Practices of Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Development – Guidance and Oversight from UN Decisions (M Hemmati, MSP Institute, and F Dodds, Tellus Institute), paper prepared for a workshop of the Friends for Governance for Sustainable Development, an informal government group active at the UN in New York.
October 2015: Engagement and Communication for Implementation and Review (PDF) (M Hemmati) Contribution to the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on „Social Development and the Agenda 2030“, New York
May 2015: Towards New Social Contracts: Using Dialogue Processes to Promote Social Change. CIVICUS – World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Johannesburg (written by M Hemmati & F Rogers) (Download in 4 languages from here)