Provide Feedback for TPL / SDGs RAN Plan "Time to Engage Again Actively"
Source: SDGs Secretariat – December 22, 2017
Since the beginning of October 2017, the Ministry of PPN / Bappenas has initiated intensive coordination with four participative platforms of SDGs Indonesia, ie Ministry / Institution, Philanthropy and Business Actors, Academics, Social and Media Organizations, to discuss the National Action Plan for SDGs.
The involvement of all parties or inclusiveness becomes one of the main principles of the SDGs, and it implemented in the preparation of action plans at both national and local levels.
Feedback, proposals for improvement and comments can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 4, 2018.
The principle of `no one left behind` starts the implementation of SDGs in Indonesia
Source: Elshinta.com – July 31, 2017
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a global commitment to development agreed by all UN members is a refinement of the Millennium Development Goals which implementation has been completed by the end of 2015. It is expected that the completion of these goals can be more comprehensive – covering various fields in depth and connected, and sustainable.
Indonesia, as one of the member states of the United Nations has a strong commitment in the implementation of SDGs consist of 17 Goals and 169 Targets. One of Indonesia's advantages in aligning this commitment is an integration with government program NawaCita and implement it in the Government Work Plan. The issuance of Presidential Decree no. 59 of 2017 on the Implementation of the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals is a concrete proof of that commitment. (…)
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Presidential Decree on SDGs no. 59/2017
On July 4, 2017, President Joko Widodo finally signed Perpres no. 59/2017 on the Implementation of the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The President will officially launch the Presidential Decree before the public and other government agencies on Wednesday, August 2, 2017 in Istana Negara (State Palace).
Main VNR Messages Draft of SDGs 2017
Through the Voluntary National Review (VNR), Indonesia, along with 43 other countries will report on the progress of SDGs implementation during the first year in the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) in New York from 10-19 July, 2017. The HLPF 2017 theme is "Eradicate poverty and promote prosperity in a changing world " (Tackling poverty and improving prosperity in a changing world). The VNR 2017 document dissociates globally on the objectives of Goals number 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 14 and 17 as well as thematic analysis containing interrelations between objectives and themes. (…)
National action plan (RAN) training
On Monday, April 3, 2017 the members of Indonesia Philanthropy and Business Communication Forum for SDGs (FBI for SDGs) participated in the National Action Plan (RAN) training, facilitated by BAPPENAS and the SDG Secretariat. The purpose of the training is to help all the actors from philanthropy and private sector to fill in their planning that refers to Indonesia's long-term national development plan and its alignment with SDGs. There will be a follow up meeting after this training that discuss technical and procedural steps, and the action plan's application in other regions in Indonesia.
SDGs: Leaving No One Behind – Examples from Papua New Guinea
February 7, 2017 – This video was uploaded on United Nations YouTube Channel
United Nations – In 2015, 193 states, including Papua New Guinea, adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, as well as to build prosperity and peace. These Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs serve as a platform to transform the world by 2030. The SDGs aim to improve the quality of each person’s life, because everyone matters. This film tells the stories of three families in the Coastal, Highlands and Central regions of Papua New Guinea. It documents the challenges the families face in their daily lives, how they are overcoming these and their aspirations for the future.
Action to Localize the SDGs in Riau Province
UNDP and the Tanoto Foundation started the implementation of SDGs on local level in Riau Province. On November 24, 2016, the SDG coordination workshop was held in the city of Pekanbaru with the presence of BAPPEDA Riau Secretary Mr. Herianto Eshud MT, and Indonesia Philanthropy Association was also there represented by the Chairman of the Executive Board, Timotheus Lesmana W. Read the report of the event from UNDP representative on SDG Philanthropy Platform blog.
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[NEWS] Indonesian Government Prepares Presidential Decree for SDGs
November 16, 2016 – The National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) has prepared a draft for the Presidential Decree on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Currently the presidential regulation draft has been signed by several ministries coordinator. Furthermore Bappenas will visit the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of the Interior to complete the signing stage. Most ministries are involved in this drafting because SDGs covers all development sectors.
[PRESS RELEASE] Minister Bambang: Achieve SDGs with Inclusive Principle
Minister of National Development Planning / Head of Bappenas, Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro delivered a keynote speech related to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the Indonesia Philanthropy Festival 2016 in Jakarta Convention Center, Friday (7/10). The Minister highly appreciated the holding of the forum in which the agenda was also the signing of the MoU between Philanthropy Partnership, Business and CSO, in support of the achievement of SDGs in Indonesia. "I hope this activity can provide a wide impact, the beneficiary communities, and can contribute to achieving the SDGs in Indonesia," said Minister Bambang. (…)
Forum Philanthropy and Business – Indonesia for SDGs
Forum Philanthropy and Business – Indonesia for SDGs was Initiated by Filantropi Indonesia – the Indonesian Philanthropy Association in partnership with the UN Global Compact Indonesia, the Indonesian Business Council for Sustainable Business and the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce on 3rd of March 2016. The philanthropy and business sectors are further on officially represented through this forum at Indonesia’s National Coordination Team for SDGs together with government, academia, civil society organizations and academia. Up to July 2016, the Forum has increased its membership to 11 Association representing about 700 Foundations and Business in Indonesia. (…)
Indonesia: Promoting Inclusive approaches to localize the SDGs
This is a summary from UN Development Group about Indonesia's country profile in achieving SDGs. It reviews the government ownership, institutional coherence and coherence, inclusive participation, raising public awareness, and monitoring and reporting.