Statements & Presentations
Workshop on Integrated Approaches to Sustainable Development Planning and Implementation

Number of statements/presentations: 36

Session 1
David O’Connor, Chief, Policy Analysis and Networks Branch, DSD, UNDESA
Proposal of SDG goals and targets: an integrated framework
Günther Bachmann, Director, German Council for Sustainable Development
The German Sustainable Development Strategy and SDGs
Adele Catzim-Sanchez, CEO, Ministry of Forestry Fisheries and SD
Belize’s National Growth and Sustainable Development Strategy: Lessons from the integration process
Patrick Birungi, Director, Development Planning, National Planning Authority
Translating the Global Agenda into National Goals: A Case of Uganda’s NDPII
Alan AtKisson, President AtKisson Group; and Kate Raworth, Oxford University
Two Tools for Working with Sustainable Development in an Integrated Way
Session 2
Bangladesh
SheepaHafiza, Director BRAC Gender Justice & Diversity, and Migration Program
Bhutan
Lhaba Tshering, Chief Planning Officer, Gross National Happiness Commission
Comores
Djaanfar Abdouroihamane, Présidence de l’Union des Comores, Commissariat Général au Plan
Egypt
Nihal El-Megharbel, PhD, Deputy to the Minister of Planning, Monitoring and Administrative Reform
Jamaica
Claire Bernard, Planning Institute of Jamaica
Jordan (In absence)
Mutasim Al-Kilani, Chief Sustainable Development, Ministry of Planning
Nigeria
Ayodele Akele, Executive Director, Labour Health and Human Rights Development Centre
Romania
Luminita Ghita, Head of Sustainable Development and Public Policies, Ministry of Environment, Water and Forests
Senegal
Mr Baba DRAME, Coordonnateur national du PAGE
Sudan (In absence)
Agric. Eng. Hassabo M. Elhag, DG Natural Resources & Sustainable Development
Togo
Gervais T. MEATCHI, Directeur de la Planification et des Politiques de Développement
Session 3
Gervais Tchao, Meatchi, Directeur, Planification et Politiques Publiques
Mainstreaming SD into the Togo National Vision and Development Plan
Adriana Briceno Lopez, Ministry of Planning and Economic Policy (MIDEPLAN)
The path of the Millennium Development Goals at the Sustainable Development Goals and its connection and coordination with the National Development Plans: Costa Rica
YOO Beom Sik, Director, Research Strategy and Planning, Environment Research Institute
Mainstreaming SD to National Planning: the RoK case study
Session 4
Luis Gonzalez Morales, UN Statistics Division, DESA
Towards an indicator framework for the post-2015 development agenda
Temesgen Walelign, DG, Bureau of M&E, National Planning Commission
Strengthening Policy Coherence for SD Planning and Implementation in Ethiopia
László Pintér, Professor, Central European University and Senior Fellow and Associate, IISD
Optimizing the Science-Policy Interface for Monitoring Sustainable Development Results
Session 5
Günther Bachmann, Director, German Council for Sustainable Development
The German 2nd Peer Review – Process and Outcomes
Nguyen Le Thuy, Deputy DG, SD Office, Ministry of Planning & Investment
The Vietnam National Voluntary Presentation: Process, Results and Recommendations for SDG Reviews
Tounao Kiri, Spécialiste de programme, Institut de la Francophonie pour le développement durable (IFDD)
Revue par les pairs: Un outil potentiel de pilotage de la mise en oeuvre des ODD pour le FPHN?
Neil Pierre Chief, Policy Coordination Branch, OESC/DESA
2007- 2015 National Voluntary Presentations - Lessons Learned for the Post-2015 Scenario
Marco Sánchez, Economic Affairs Office, DPAD, UNDESA
Modelling tools to support evidence-based policy decision making for sustainable development
Camaren Peter, Extraordinary Senior Lecturer, School of Public Leadership, Sustainability Institute, South Africa
Modelling and Integration for SDG-Oriented Planning in the Developing World
Jeffrey Crawford, SD Officer, DSD, UNDESA
Sustainable Development Planning and Strategy Formulation: An Integrated Systems Approach
Session 6
Francois Fortier, Interregional Adviser on Policy and Planning, DSD, UNDESA
The Political Economy of Sustainable Development
John Holmberg, Vice-President, Chalmers University, Sweden
Stakeholder Engagement and Participation
Daniel Sherrard, Provost, Earth University, Costa Rica
Education as an Enabler of Sustainable Development
Yoon Jong Soo, Head of Office, UNOSD, Incheon, Korea
Brokering Knowledge and Partnerships for SD-the Role of UNOSD
United Nations