Bibliography from the Friends of Governance - SDG 3 and SDG 16

This is a collection of papers from the Friends of Governance workshops since 2015. As the papers often dealt with more than one sustainable development goal, they may be represented in more than one bibliography

This can be found on the Friends of Governance website and over the coming months we will add the relevant papers for other SDGs. 


Adieno, D. (2017). Citizen Data around Governance for the Sustainable Development Goals.

Banisar, D. (2015). Role of transparency and access to information in development David Banisar– .

Banisar, D. (2015). Selected High-Level and UNGA Resolutions on Sustainable Development Governance

  Banisar, D. (2017). High-Level and UNGA Resolutions on Sustainable Development

Governance: Existing Language for Committee of Experts on Public Administration.

Banisar, D. (2020). An Unhealthy Silence Openness and the COVID-19 Transparency Gap.

Basu, T. (2020). Plugging the Leak: Why opening governments and tackling corruption is essential to protect development finance after COVID19

Dodds, F. (2015). Partnerships lessons from the first ten years of Type 2 Partnerships Friends of Governance for Sustainable Development.

Dodds, F., Bartram, J., & Ocampo, G. (2019). Misaligned SDG targets: How to handle target dates before 2030

Dorsey, M. (2019). Justice, Peace and Inclusion for Sustainability or Climate Apartheid?

Espey, J., de la Mothe Karoubi, E., & Schmidt-Traub. (2015, 2016). The Data Revolution for Sustainable Development – Friends of Governance for Sustainable Development.

Fernandez, J., & Victoria, F. (2018). Advancing the 2030 Agenda: Lessons learnt from the first cycle of the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) how far can we go?

Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability. (2020). The United Nations and the COVID-19

Global Emergency.

Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability. (2020). Operating the UN System Under Crisis Conditions.

Friends of Governance for Sustainable Development. (2018). How to address interlinkages among the Sustainable Development Goals in the HLPF?

Guillán Montero, A., & Le Blanc, D. (2020). Resilient institutions in times of crisis: Transparency, accountability and participation at the national level key to effective response to COVID-19.

Hanif, N. (2020). Financial Accountability, Transparency, and Integrity for Sustainable Development.

Hemmati, M., & Dodds, F. (2017). Principles and Practices of Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Development – Guidance and Oversight from UN Decisions.

Hiniker, A. (2018). Global Vision | Urban Action: New York City’s Voluntary Local Review of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Huter, M. (2020). UNGASS 2021: Advancing the global anti-corruption agenda.

Kostakos, G. (2021). The UN and the COVID-19 Global Emergency: Proposals for meaningfully surviving beyond UN@75.

Maisonet-Guzman, O. (2015). Information and Communication Technologies: New drivers for development and the post-2015 agenda 

Niestroy, I., Hege, E., Dirth, E., & Zondervan, R. (2019). Europe’s approach to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.

Orellana, M. (2015, 2016). Toward an Instrument on Environmental Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean

Oumarou Ibrahim, H. (2020). We are in a Climate Emergency.

Seth, N. (2015). SDGs and sustainable development governance as we are today .

Strandenaes, J.-G. (2018). HLPF, the Major Groups, Other Stakeholders and the Future of the 2030 Agenda.

Timilsina, A., & Lui, C. (2021). An Integrated Approach to Anti-Corruption: Opportunities and Challenges.

Zubcevic, I. (2020). Impact of COVID-19: Perspective from Voluntary National Reviews.


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