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Sustainable Development Goals: evaluating progress for a brighter future

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IIED's mission is to build a fairer, more sustainable world, using evidence, action and influence in partnership with others. We link local priorities to global challenges and aim to deliver positive change on a global scale. This channel will host IIED's mini podcast series on specific topics affecting our world.

IIED's mission is to build a fairer, more sustainable world, using evidence, action and influence in partnership with others. We link local priorities to global challenges and aim to deliver positive change on a global scale. This channel will host IIED's mini podcast series on specific topics affecting our world.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

IIED's mission is to build a fairer, more sustainable world, using evidence, action and influence in partnership with others. We link local priorities to global challenges and aim to deliver positive change on a global scale. This channel will host IIED's mini podcast series on specific topics affecting our world.

Twitter:

@iied

Language:

English

Contact:

+44 (0)20 3463 7399


Episodes

3. Country-led evaluations: revealing the progress of Agenda 2030

4/20/2022
With the COVID-19 pandemic diverting everyone’s attention, including national and sub-national governments, progress towards achieving Agenda 2030 has slowed down. Now there’s a need to refocus policy planning to get back on track, bearing in mind that budgets are stretched in many directions. In the third and final episode of this podcast mini-series ‘Sustainable Development Goals – Evaluating progress for a brighter future’, Kassem El Saddik, co-chair of EvalSDGs, hosts a discussion on...

Duration:00:40:06

2. Defining and scoping an SDG evaluation – how do you get started?

2/17/2022
Sustainable development is every country’s goal. How they achieve it isn’t always straightforward. Evaluating progress against the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their multiple targets is complex. Few countries have done a formal evaluation but where they have, they have learnt lessons that could be shared with others. In the second episode of podcast mini-series ‘Sustainable Development Goals – Evaluating progress for a brighter future’, Dirk Hoffmann and Nataly Salas Rodríguez...

Duration:00:39:23

2. Definición y alcance de una evaluación de ODS ¿por dónde empezamos?

2/17/2022
El desarrollo sostenible es el objetivo de todos los países, pero la forma de conseguirlo no siempre es sencilla. Evaluar el progreso de los 17 Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) y sus múltiples metas es algo complejo. Pocos países han realizado una evaluación formal, pero los que lo han hecho han aprendido algunas lecciones que podrían ser útiles a otros. En el segundo episodio de la miniserie de “Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible. Evaluando el progreso para un futuro más brillante",...

Duration:00:42:53

1. Adaptive evaluation: considering climate risks in theory and practice

12/13/2021
Every country has 2030 as the date for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Some are well on the way to meeting targets, others have further to go. In this new three-part mini-series, we explore how to evaluate progress against the goals. In episode one 'Adaptive evaluation: considering climate risks in theory and practice', IIED hosts a discussion about the principles, practice and challenges of considering climate risks in evaluation of programmes aimed at achieving the...

Duration:00:35:13

3. Taking locally led adaptation global

6/9/2021
In the third and final episode of the podcast, four experts on climate policy explore ways to align global climate finance systems more effectively with the real situations of people in communities and at the local level, to ensure successful locally led adaptation to climate change.

Duration:00:49:11

2. The ‘A’ Factor: accountability for locally led adaptation

5/20/2021
In the second episode, modelled on popular UK television programme 'The 'X' Factor', four global practitioners and researchers from organisations that endorse the eight principles for locally led adaptation spell out what they propose to do to enable local people to be in the driving seat of climate adaptation decision-making. Then two expert ‘judges’ hold them to account...

Duration:00:45:00

1. From principles to practice: commitments from donor organisations

5/13/2021
At the start of 2021, 40 governments and leading organisations endorsed eight principles for locally led adaptation. As the number of endorsers grows, IIED has launched an innovative podcast mini-series to explore what this commitment will mean in practice. In the first episode of a three-part series, ‘From principles to practice: commitments from donor organisations’, IIED’s Aditya Bahadur is joined by representatives of three donor organisations that endorsed the principles. They set out...

Duration:00:35:11