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Indonesia launches first national Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP) Guidelines
To support the mainstreaming of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Indonesian government applied a Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP) approach supported by experts from parliament, civil society, businesses, academia and the media. By engaging multiple partners from all sectors of society, MSPs should become a part of Indonesian strategic efforts to ensure that ‘no one ist left behind’.
As part of the MSP approach and supported by Indonesian-German cooperation, in collaboration with International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) and United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS), the Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) launched the first Indonesian Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP) Guidelines.
Strenghtening MSPs as an essential means of implementation requires practical guidance and various tools to navigate the complex development landscape and to put the SDGs into practice. The guidelines (a) provide accessible guidance to all stakeholders, (b) entail a dynamic resource that will inspire stakeholders to build new partnerships and strengthen existing ones, and (c) support capacity building for the intergration of the SDGs at the local, national and global level. The guidelines are accompanied by six guiding principles to ensure that the set-up of MSPs happens in an inclusive manner as well as practical examples that supplement the presented tools. Partnerships2030 contributd the German example Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for Implementing the 2030 Agenda.
Have a look at the Indonesian MSP Guidelines. The guidelines are published in Bahasa with a summary in English (Page 6 – 8).