This learning report gathers knowledge and recommendations from the Inclusive SDG Data Partnerships initiative. The Inclusive SDG Data Partnerships initiative is co-organised by Partners for Review (P4R/GIZ), the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR), and the International Civil Society Centre. The three partners represent the main sectors brought together in this collaborative initiative: government, national human rights institutions, and civil society. They combined their networks and capacities to bring these actors together from the six participating countries. It brought together National SDG Units, National Statistics Offices, National Human Rights Institutions, and civil society organisations from across six countries. The initiative’s purpose is to advance data partnerships for the SDGs and to strengthen multi-actor data ecosystems at the national level.
The goal is to meet the SDG data challenge by improving the use of alternative data sources, particularly data produced by civil society and human rights institutions, and complementary to official statistics. This report aims to capture and share the key lessons learned from the first part of the initiative, which took place between October 2020 and March 2021
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