The IFP has issued a statement on the key building blocks for a successful implementation of the 2030 Agenda, based on the political analyses of IFP’s members from all continents at national and regional levels.
The International Forum of National NGO Platforms (IFP) is a member-led network of 64 national NGO platforms and 6 regional coalitions from all continents representing over 22,000 NGOs active locally and internationally on development, human rights and environment issues.
The IFP has been engaging within the international community on the setting and negotiation of the Sustainable Development Goals Agenda from its beginning, with its members as well as through broad civil society alliances such as Beyond 2015 and Action 2015. Currently, the IFP is one of the facilitators of a new global civil society initiative, called Action for Sustainable Development aiming to focus on the implementation and follow-up of the Agenda.
Ahead of the High Level Political Forum (NY, July 2016), first decisive meeting of governments on the assessment of the implementation of the Agenda, the IFP has issued a statement on the key building blocks for a successful implementation.
This IFP’s declaration is based on the political analyses of IFP’s members from all continents at national and regional levels.