Monday, June 27, 2022
In 2021, the Ministry of Regional Development (MDR) in Brazil conducted regional and civil society-led workshops with city administrations, state governments, Academia and civil society to build Sustainable Urban Development Goals in the framework of the elaboration of the Brazilian National Urban Development Policy. This participatory process was supported by GIZ Brazil through meta-design processes. The results from the workshops were systematized with the support from WRI Brasil and presented by MDR to the public in the National Sustainable Urban Development Week on 7 December 2021. The aim of this event is to showcase a concrete example of NUP formulation connected to the 2030 Agenda and fueled by participation. MDR is going to present Brazil’s Sustainable Urban Development Goals, followed by a presentation from GIZ on the metadesign-based participatory process and a presentation from WRI Brasil on the systematization process. UN-Habitat will finalize the session showcasing some examples of sub-national initiatives at state and city level of SDG mainstreaming in public policies. Preliminary event programme 00:00-00:05 – Introduction and presentation of panelists 00:05-00:20 – Presentation of ODUS (MDR) 00:20-00:30 – Presentation of the participatory process structure (GIZ) 00:30-00:40 – Presentation of the systematization process (WRI) 00:40-00:50 – Presentation of sub-national initiatives (UN-Habitat) 00:50-01:20 – Round of Q&A 01:20-01:30 – Final remarks and evaluation of the event
The main objective of this event is to showcase a concrete example of integration through participation and meta-design processes of the 2030 Agenda in Brazil’s National Urban Policy formulation. Also, the event aims to illustrate the role of development cooperation in supporting National and Sub-national governments to mainstream global agendas in their national development frameworks.