A review of several aspects of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The framework defines several types of reviews and building blocks of national reviews:


Name1 2030 Agenda Review Framework
Target Outcome improved confidence on the reviewed initiatives, and the implied "corrective action"
Social actors and roles Various review panels
Trigger or preceding interaction Adoption by the UN General Assembly of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its review and follow-up modalities (as in the report on its follow-up and review).
Interfaces and services Access to facts and data (evidence supporting the review activities)
Inputs and outputs input: Data about inputs and outcomes of the reviewed initiatives; output: the review and its recommendations (gaps, proposed solutions to address the gaps)
Stores and tools Various review reports
Other characteristics
Part of for instance Regulative Cycle
Parts Global Review, Voluntary National Review , Regional Review , Thematic Review are the components of the 2030 Agenda Review Framework, as proposed by the Secretary General
Succeeding Interactions
Alternatives accept the object or initiative outcome without review
Action Realm Monitoring & Evaluation
Risks a review panel may be biased, for instance because its members are closely related to the originator of the review object
Further reading Report of the Secretary-General on critical milestones towards coherent, efficient and inclusive follow-up and review at the global level (unedited version) (in the context of 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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