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This webinar series focuses on building the IPPN members’ capacity to better understand a systems perspective on policy integration and acceleration; and integrated policy solutions, including curation of tools and resources that support the design and implementation of cross-cutting policy solutions. This is a public event, open to all, don't hesitate to share widely among your partners and networks!

About this webinar

Join us for the first IPPN Knowledge Café to discuss the integration between the Paris Agreement on climate change and the 2030 Agenda. The Stockholm Environment Institute will present the findings from comparative research in nine countries which aimed to analyze the enabling conditions at the national level for coherence between climate change, reducing inequality, and achieving the other SDGs, and to develop tools for identifying synergies and trade-offs in different socio-economic and political contexts.

Please find the agenda below:

  • Welcome and scene-settings remarks: Matthieu Cognac, Senior Multilateral Cooperation Specialist, International Labour Organization (ILO)
  • Presentation: Zoha Shawoo, Associate Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
  • Q&A and exchanges with the audience

About the speaker

Zoha Shawoo is an Associate Scientist at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), working in the Equitable Transitions programme. Her research focuses on policy coherence between Agenda 2030 and the Paris Agreement, exploring synergies and conflicts between climate goals and SDGs, with a particular focus on inequality repercussions. She also works on climate finance, including loss and damage finance and climate finance coordination in developing countries. Find her full bio here.

Connection details

Date: Wednesday, 8 December 2021

Time: 8:00 AM New York | 2:00 PM Geneva | 4:00 PM Addis Ababa/ Istanbul | 8:00 PM Bangkok

No registration needed, join us directly on Zoom: https://bit.ly/IPPN_Cafes, or click on the Zoom link: https://undp.zoom.us/j/81834094699 (no password).

Session materials

Watch the recording below, click for the presentation (or download below), and find other relevant resources in the comments section.

The Integrated Policy Practitioners' Network (IPPN) is a one-stop-shop for integrated policy practitioners, operating as a knowledge hub for the global community. IPPN aims to link existing efforts on SDG integration across UN agencies and beyond, and enabling cross-pollination and learning to enhance the UN System-wide capability to practice and deliver high-quality integrated policy support. IPPN is a joint effort under the auspices of the UNSDG Task Team on Integrated Policy Support.

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Comments (2)

Nadine Ravaud
Nadine Ravaud

Dear IPPN community, thank you for joining today's Knowledge Café! Find attached the PPT presentation, and a reminder on how you can stay informed about IPPN updates and activities:
- IPPN Concept Note: https://www.sparkblue.org/content/concept-note-introducing-integrated-p…
- Browse the IPPN website: https://sdgintegration.undp.org/IPPN
- Join the IPPN group on SparkBlue: https://www.sparkblue.org/IPPNgroup
- Sign up to receive updates about the IPPN: https://bit.ly/IPPN_Sign-up

Cc' Serge Kapto Matthieu Cognac

Nadine Ravaud
Nadine Ravaud

Dear IPPN community, please find below some key resources shared today during the event:
- UN Statistics Office (2021). The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2021: https://unstats.un.org/sdgs/report/2021/
- Stockholm Environment Institute “Policy Coherence between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda” project webpage: https://www.sei.org/projects-and-tools/projects/policy-coherence-betwee…
- Stockholm Environment Institute, German Development Institute (DIE), Linköping University and Utrecht University (2020). Policy Brief on Increasing Policy Coherence between NDCs and SDGs: https://www.sei.org/publications/increasing-policy-coherence-between-nd…
- Stockholm Environment Institute (2018). SEI Policy Brief: The Sustainable Development Goals viewed through a Climate Lens: https://www.sei.org/publications/the-sustainable-development-goals-view…
- Stockholm Environment Institute and partners. NDC-SDG Connections Tool: http://ndc-sdg.info, helps you analyze and compare how climate actions formulated in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) corresponds to each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
- Stockholm Environment Institute and partners. SDG Synergies Tool: https://www.sdgsynergies.org/, helps you understand how groups of policy areas and targets interact, using systems thinking.
- UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (2019). Global Sustainable Development Report 2019 ‘The Future is Now- Science for Achieving Sustainable Development’: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/globalsdreport/2019
- UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (2021). Glasgow Work Programme on Action for Climate Empowerment, adopted at COP26: https://unfccc.int/sites/default/files/resource/sbi2021_L.18E.pdf

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