CENN has joined the delegation of Georgia to North Macedonia for the study visit dedicated to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals and multi-stakeholder engagement in the 2030 Agenda organised by #GIZ.
The event gathered state and non-state actors from seven countries as well as civil society organisations representing the rights of various ‘left behind groups’. More than 40 participants worked on inclusive multi-stakeholder engagement mechanisms and innovative ways of working in partnerships to accelerate the 2030 Agenda implementation.
The visit included dialogue on ‘The Role of Parliaments in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and LNOB principle’ at the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia. It was officially opened by the President of the Parliament, Mr. Talat Xhaferi, and GIZ MK Director, Mr. David Oberhuber, followed by inputs from the MPs.
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In the frameworks of the ongoing “Continued nationalisation of SDGs in Georgia” project, supported by GIZ on behalf of the German government, CENN actively works with the SDG Secretariat of Georgia to ensure multi-stakeholder dialogue in the process of implementing SDGs in Georgia. The action envisages empowering different stakeholders and creates a clear space and mechanisms for CSOs to engage in SDG-related planning, monitoring and reporting processes.