Architecture for review and follow-up of the SDGs: Options for the High-Level Political Forum
This briefing note discusses options for the architecture for review and follow-up of the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of the High-Level Political Forum.
The paper discusses the institutional design principles for review mechanisms, in the first section, and then in the second section it describes how we see the design choices in a way that may be helpful for negotiators preparing for the May 2015 Session on Monitoring & Review of the Post-2015 Intergovernmental Negotiations.
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