The TAP Network works to empower civil society partners to advance SDG16+ implementation and/or accountability for Agenda 2030 at the national and local levels through its broad suite of capacity building tools and resources.
The SDG Accountability Handbook seeks to support national-level civil society hold their government accountable for commitments made in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (the 2030 Agenda), including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
“Advocacy: Justice and the SDGs” is a toolkit is for civil society, activists, and policy practitioners who are working to promote legal empowerment and access to justice.
The Goal 16 Advocacy Toolkit provides civil society and other nongovernmental stakeholders with guidance on how to engage with their governments and other stakeholders to support the planning, implementation, follow-up and accountability of Goal 16.
This “Empowering Civil Society for National Reporting and Action on SDG16” report (Empowering Civil Society report) features a compilation of national civil society case studies and civil society spotlight reports on SDG16. It provides analysis of a range of approaches and methodologies utilized by civil society for implementation and monitoring of SDG16 by civil society, specifically with regards to drafting and disseminating of spotlight reports.
The report on "SDG16 in VNRs and Spotlight Reports: Reporting on Progress, Reflecting on Inclusive Accountability Measures and Recommendations for going ahead" was published in partnership with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH. The report evaluates VNR and spotlight reports submitted to the HLPF 2019 for a selected group of countries.