sharing in governance of extractive industries
The 2030 Agenda asks the global community to respond to a wide range of complex and multidimensional development challenges. This requires a paradigm shift supported by all actors, including governments, the UN System, business, and civil society, to work towards more “integrated approaches” that go beyond sectoral and thematic silo-thinking.
There is a need, however, to better understand what constitutes an “integrated approach”; how these can be operationalized in the UN system, and adapted in practice at the country level; and how to structure the partnerships and funding mechanisms that underpin successful integration.
This one-day Dialogue will seek to enhance our understanding of integrated approaches needed to manage natural resources for more sustainable and peaceful outcomes. We will explore how to tackle risks and opportunities in a manner that balances social, environmental, economic, human rights, and peace concerns and priorities, using the extractive sector as an example.
Bringing together a range of perspectives from governments, the UN system, civil society and research institutions, we aim to:
The detailed agenda can be found attached
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