Libraries Engaged in Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs)

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Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) can be a great way for libraries to engage in discussions around the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and to be recognised for their contributions.

IFLA’s briefing on the process as a whole sets out why we have them, how they should be organised, and how they should look.

In addition, in order to provide additional support to members in countries undertaking VNRs in 2020, IFLA is launching a monthly series: ‘Libraries Engaged in VNRs’ to help you get involved.

Download the Guides:
  • Part 1: Find out Who’s in Charge
  • Part 2: Prepare your Stories (to appear in December)
  • Part 3: Prepare your Data (to appear in January)
  • Part 4: Present your Materials (to appear in February)
  • Part 5: Engage with Decision-Makers (to appear in March)
  • Part 6: Engage with Partners (to appear in April)
  • Part 7: Communicate to the Public (to appear in May)
  • Part 8: Prepare for the High-Level Political Forum (to appear in June)
  • Part 9: Join the Global Conversation (to appear in July)

Read our overall Briefing on VNRs. Find out what other materials IFLA has to help you engage around the SDGs.

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Last update: 4 December 2019