Presentation on theme: "Good Governance Principles UNDP mandate and modus operandi."— Presentation transcript:
Good Governance Principles UNDP mandate and modus operandi
Good (enough) Principles Leadership/ownership National/local levels – political, socio- economic, cultural, CSO, private sector etc. Voice/participation citizens voices, representation, public consultation, mechnisms for input into public policy issues, service delivery, national/local budgeting, distribution of resources etc.
Good governance principles Accountability/transparency checks and balances, oversight mechanisms, independent institutions (judiciary), anti- corruption, access to information, PFM (budgeting, audit, procurement) Performance/results service delivery, mechanisms of service delivery. Efficiency, effectiveness, timeliness Rule of law and promotion of human rights security, protection
Next Steps - Outputs A.Revised Governance Chapter of the PDNA (assessing the governance sector impact & cost/requirements for recovery) e.g. restoration of public admin capacity B. Incorporating Good Governance principles as part of PDNA process (tools for incorporation across PDNA process) e.g. participation - public perception survey C. X-Cutting Governance Issues Across the PDNA e.g. public administration capacity in sectors D. Governance of Recovery (strategy/mechanisms/processes) E. Capacity Development Strategy for Governance - pre-disaster – w. govts support critical recovery elements in institutions/legislation - in PDNA – ensuring appropriate capacity/expertise available.
Next Steps - Inputs [Need to clarify – timeframe for finalisation] A.BCPR – lead process B.BDP – bring body of knowledge/tools; identify key experts; & capacity development tools/approaches C.Core Reference Group (Rolle group plus) - [BCPR/BDP/CO] D. E-Discussion – to identify critical tools/solutions