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UN-Habitat (United Nations Human Settlements Programme)

Updated: May 27

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Message from the Chair of the Inclusive Territories, Environment and Health Committee

Conference of INGOs - Council of Europe

🚨 SDG indicator 11.3.2 on participatory processes could be removed from the SDGs! 😰😱. We need your help to save it. ✔

At UN-Habitat (United Nations Human Settlements Programme) we have created a simple tool to monitor it. You can find a global map with the cities that already have results 🗺

Help us get your city on the map and prevent the elimination of this important indicator!

How are the scores calculated and what do they represent?

The questionnaire includes questions to evaluate respondent's perception on the structures for direct, regular and democratic participation of civil society in urban planning and management. Scores are shown in percentages, and  are calculated based on the average of the respondent's answers, using a 4-point Likert scale.

Preliminary city scores are shown in a dash-bordered box on each city’s information popup. These constitute an average of all respondents’ scores for that city. Official scores (solid bordered box) are only shown when at least one person from each sector (government, civil society, academia, private sector and professional body) has responded to the survey, to guarantee representation.

The results will be analysed and compiled into the SDG Progress Report.


Explore Our City Plans toolbox and create a personalised planning process by bookmarking the activities below!

Acknowledging that urban planning processes are iterative and non-linear, Our City Plans guides cities to develop inclusive and integrated planning processes, based on a modular and flexible toolbox that can be adapted to each context. Each activity includes step-by-step instructions, adaptable tools and templates, and additional resources from UN-Habitat and external partners. → After you bookmark the activities, you can download a pdf version and use it as a personalised guide. →

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