2.1 Self-assessment of urban relevant SDG targets

2.1 Self-assessment of urban relevant SDG targets 2019-01-07T12:40:25+01:00

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Objective

Tool provides an analysis of all urban relevant SDGs targets for a concrete city, ranking them (qualitatively) in order to visualize where a city stands.

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It is agreed, that local governments do have direct or indirect influence in all of the SDGs. The table XX lists all these targets that are of relevance to local government. At this first step, it is asked of participants to rank (qualitatively) their city in regard to each of the targets. The filling of the information can be done in the table direcly, or in the wheel diagram. The tools can be used either in a virtual exercise or as part of a workshop.

Guidance for using the ranking: The length between the center of the circle and the perimeter is used to qualify the level of achievement of a particular target in accordance with the following categories (starting with the most central): critical, bad, highly unsatisfactory, unsatisfactory, basic, satisfactory, highly satisfactory, good, vibrant.)

In case a simplification is needed, it could be focused on the ranking for the SDG/target number 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 16 and 17 and on following ranking catgories: Critical, bad, unsatisfactory, basic, satisfactory, good, vibrant.

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Questions for discussions and further analysis

  • How do you feel about analysing the targets?
  • What could be strenghts and weaknesses of the analysis?
  • What categories have been ranked as good? What are the sucess factors for this?
  • What categories have been ranked as bad? What could be the reason for this situation? What could be done to improve these categories?

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Tool focus on SDG; it would be important to think how to analyse where a city stands in regard to other global /national agendas

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References and further resources

Misselwitz P, et al. The Urban Dimenstion of the SDGs: Implications for the New Urban Agenda#

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