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14 JUL 2016
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Conference room E
The objective of the session is to discuss the features of the new types of integrated planning required to reflect key commitments coming out of long-term and midterm national priority-setting exercises. It will help identify areas that offer opportunities for promoting such an integrated approach to planning and policy-making. Finally, the session will provide space for sharing experiences and good practices from a number of countries that started addressing key inter-linkages between different commitments. Experience sharing will emphasize the importance of accounting for the specificities of the national settings in any priority-setting and planning exercise. At the closing of the programme, UNITAR will hold a 30-minute B.Y.O.P.C.: (Bring Your Own PC) learning session to showcase learning products and tools that can support the harmonization of global, regional and national commitments at the country level.