This GESI Guide provides implementation strategies and steps for individual participatory
planning for 8 underrepresented groups addressed in the pilot project area “Women, Elderly, Children and Youth, Disabled people, Visitors and Minorities, Migrants and Low-Income groups” to improve social inclusion and integration. For each of the selected groups, this document compiles a summary of checklists; identification of local groups and individuals, testing the engagement approach, effective communication, time and space, capacity building and legal requirements. A list of KPIs is also included to monitor and evaluate social inclusion aspects.
Data, both spatial and qualitative information including best practices and community-based data, are relevant for tracking progress made and reporting on the implementation of the global agendas. Urban best practices come global, regional, national and local levels as well as private sector, NGOs, and UN entities.
Global Future Cities Programme is the platform which compiles best practices, stories, commentary and upcoming events that are published on the platform each day, delivering information on the implementation of the Global Future Cities Programme and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development .
To contribute, an organization must register to become a partner of Global Future Cities Programme. Partners tap into a vast network of resources and convening power to create real and positive change for young people. By contributing knowledge resources, organizations will be recognized as a key contributing partners of the knowledge facility.
Partners may submit the following types of resources relevant to youth employment: publications, platforms, tools, blogs, videos, webinars and online courses, events, news, websites, databases as well as suggestions for smart search of external websites.