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Glocal Advocacy Leadership in Asia
GALA ACADEMY – East Asia
“Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Civil Society 
Frangipani Living Arts Hotel and Spa, #15, St. 123, Toul Tom Pong Phnom Penh
18 to 23 October 2017






GALA EAST ASIA- KIT




 





























Table of Contents
Description of GALAA, GALA East Asia 3
Programme of GALA East Asia 7
Resource Materials 10
List of Participants and Resource Persons 11


























Description of GALAA, GALA East Asia

INTRODUCTION

The 5th Glocal Advocacy Leadership in Asia (GALA) Academy – East Asia is a joint initiative by Asia Development Alliance (ADA) and Asia Democracy Network (ADN) with the aim of strengthening advocacy capacity of CSOs for defending and promoting civic and democratic space and human rights through strategic “glocal (global and local)” actions on the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development known as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

It is to be organized in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from 18 to 23 Oct. 2017 in partnership with the International Forum of National NGO/CSO Platforms (IFP), Transparency, Accountability and Participation (TAP) Network and Asia Partnership for Sustainable Development (APSD) with the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC) as a local host.

The workshop is expected to help CSOs in East Asia to learn about SDGs itself as well as how to engage with the government and others stakeholders for the implementation of SDGs including monitoring and coalition-building among CSOs across the sectors.

The workshop is also to focus on how to engage in the Voluntary National Review (VNR) of the UN High Level Political Forum (HLPF) and SDG 10 (inequality) and 16 (peace and justice) which are global thematic priorities of HLPF 2019 and SDG Target 17.2 (ODA) and 17.17 (partnership) 

The GALAA East Asia 2017 is the first sub-regional training workshop in East Asia after the 4 regional GALAA from 2013 to 2016 as a joint training of ADA, ADN and FORUM-ASIA. Two national training workshops on SDGs have been organized in Bhutan and Myanmar in July and the third one to be in Mongolia in Aug. 2017.


OBJECTIVES

The general objective of the GALAA East Asia 2017 is to enhance capacity and shared understanding of the next generation of CSO leaders in Asia, who shall play a crucial and constructive role in the national, regional and international advocacy on human rights, development and democracy.

In particular, at the end of the weeklong training, participants are expected to have attained the following specific learning objectives: 1) necessary knowledge about SDGs and its implementation process and mechanisms, 2) practical understanding about issues related to sustainable development, in particular inequality (Goal 10), peace and justice (Goal 16), and Official Development Assistance (ODA) and multi-stakeholder partnership (Goal 17); and 3) better strategies and action plans on SDG implementation at national and sub-national as well as international levels.













PROGRAMME OUTLINE

Day 1
( Wed, 18 Oct) Day 2
(Thur, 19 Oct ) Day 3
(Fri, 20 Oct) Day 4
(Sat, 21 Oct) Day 5
(Sun, 22 Oct) Day 6
(Mon, 23 Oct) Day 7
(Tue, 24 Oct)

Opening Session

Introduction to Programme agenda,
Participants

Session on
civic space 
in Cambodia and East Asia

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Welcome dinner Participation in the Public Meeting on Paris Peace Accords (PPA)+26 by Cambodian CSOs 
Overview of SDG implementation – review of UN HLPF Voluntary National Review (VNR) 

CSO networks and coalitions on SDGs

Workshop on 12 Targets of SDG 16 
- National Indicators
 
1) Peace,
2) Violence against Children
3) anti-corruption
4)human rights
5)Access to information
6) rule of law and access to justice
7) citizen participation
8) others 
IFP Presentation – Agenda 2030 Thematic Workshop

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a)Inequality (SDG 10)
b)Official Development Assistance
(SDG 17.2 ODA)
c)Multi-stake holder Partnerships (SDG 17.17)
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Strategic Action planning

Presentation of  advocacy  strategies and action plans

Synthesis &
Evaluation

Closing Session

Farewell
Dinner
 
Policy dialogue with the IFP



Free


Go home 


Please note that all GALAA participants are required to attend two special events – public forum on 26th anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords on 19 Oct and policy dialogue with the members of Global Council of the IFP on 24 Oct. 2017
All GALAA participants are requested to arrive in Phnom Penh on 17 or before 18 Oct and leave on or after 23 Oct. 2017 

PARTICIPANTS

About 25-30 participants are expected to attend the 5th session of the GALAA East Asia. The selection criteria of participants include: The final participants list is appended in the booklet in the last section.





























About ADA

Asia Development Alliance (ADA) is a regional network of national & sub-national development NGO/CSO platforms in Asia - South, Southeast and Northeast Asia- to promote more effective communication, coordination and cooperation in the Post-2015 Development Agenda process and beyond. It was officially launched in Bangkok on 2 February 2013.

Email: ADA.Secretariat@gmail.com
Website: www.ADA2030.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/ADA2013/

About ADN

Asia Democracy Network (ADN) is a civil society led multi-stakeholders' platform among democracy advocates and human rights defenders dedicated to the strengthening of democracy and human rights.
ADN is a collaborative effort among CSOs engaged in democracy, human rights and development at the different levels of global, regional, national and local to enhance the synergetic effects of the joint advocacy of CSOs in the Asia region. ADN was founded in Seoul, Korea in Oct. 2013.

Email: asiademocracynetwork@gmail.com
Website: www.ADN21.asia
Facebook: www.facebook.com/asiademocracynetwork

About IFP

The International Forum of National NGO Platforms (IFP) brings together 64 national platforms from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania and 6 regional coalitions, which together account for more than 22,000 organizations. The IFP was founded at an international conference in Paris in 2008. The members of their global network work together through a shared vision and common values: the defense of human rights, the inclusion of the most vulnerable populations, the fight against inequalities and injustice, as well as the eradication of poverty and sustainable development. National platforms from the five continents have endorsed joint advocacy positions and promoted non-governmental diplomacy initiatives to effectively broaden CSOs space in the international arena and influence local and global debates, promoting the vision of a fair and sustainable world.

Email: contac@ifp-fip.org
Website: http://ifp-fip.org/en
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IFP-International-Forum-of-National-NGO-Platforms-242860945807040/

About APSD

Asia Civil Society Partnership for Sustainable Development (APSD is an open, inclusive and independent civil society platform of CSOs/NGO, social and grassroots movements in Asia, engaged in advocacy on issues related to sustainable development specially implementation of UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. APSD is a regional civil society platform where CSOs engaged in different SDG goals or targets to share the experiences of engagement to promote inter-national, cross-sectoral cooperation overcoming silos and fragmentation.
APSD is involved in the global platform on SDGs in order to engage proactively global partnerships and inter-governmental mechanisms as well as national governments.
Email : pradeep.baisakh@whiteband.org





About TAP Network


The Transparency, Accountability & Participation (TAP) Network is a broad network of CSOs that works to ensure that open, inclusive, accountable and effective governance is at the heart of the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and that civil society is recognized and mobilized as indispensable partners in the design, implementation and accountability of sustainable development policies, at all levels.

TAP Network Contact:
John Romano, Coordinator
Phone: +1 917 367-3241
E-mail: romano@wfuna.org


About CCC

CCC has played a unique role since 1990 in strengthening the cooperation, professionalism, accountability, governance, and development effectiveness of the civil society organizations (CSOs) that are working across diverse sectors in Cambodia.

Email : info@ccc-cambodia.org
Website: www.ccc-cambodia.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CCCsince1990/



















Programme of GALA East Asia

Day 0 17 Oct. 2017 – Tuesday Venue, Responsible
Arrival
15:00-21:00 Early Registration Registration desk,
Info pack,
16:00-18:00 Organizers’ meeting Beckie, Jyotsna, Beuniel, CCC,
18:00-20:00 Informal welcome dinner for early arrivals Frangipani Living Arts Hotel and Spa

DAY 1 18 Oct. 2017 - Wednesday Frangipani Living Arts Hotel and Spa
8:30 Registration
09:00-10:30
 
 
 
 
 
  Session 1.1
Welcome remarks  Saroeun Soeung - CCC
Getting to Know Each Other, House Rules Setting, Logistical Information Everybody
Introduction to Organizers, Training Objectives, Programme Agenda JMS & BM
Sharing Training Expectations Participants
Moderated by Jyotsna Mohan & Beckie Malay
Must-Read Documents: GALA Academy Brochure, Mapping of In-House Advocacy Experience BM &JMS
10.30 - 1100 Break
11:00-12:30
 
 
  Session 1.2 – Introduction to Glo-cal CSO Advocacy: Concepts, Principles & Practices Beckie Malay
Mainstreaming Human Rights and Democracy into Sustainable Development - Beckie Malay
Shrinking Democratic and civil society spaces in Cambodia - CCC CCC
Moderated by Jyotsna Mohan
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Quiz A
Session 1.3 – My SDGs Storytelling and Grouping (5 mixed groups)
All participants will be asked to participate in the "SDGs Story Telling" Session where they are supposed to prepare a 5 min story of what SDGs mean to them and what changes they would make to their thoughts and behaviors. Participants could also be asked to present their advocacy experience on the national implementation of the SDGs during the Session and the VNR reporting experiences/if they participated Participants
15:00-16:00 Break
16:00- 17:30  Session 1.4 – Overview of UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development & SDGs (Homework No 1) Beckie Malay
  Moderated by Beckie Malay and Jyotsna Mohan
18:30-20:30 Welcome Dinner
DAY 2    Public Meeting on Paris Peace Accord                                    Thursday, 19 October 2017 Outside hotel-15 minutes walk from the hotel
08:30-09:00 Announcement & Recap
09:00-10:20
10:20-10:40 Break
10:40-12:00
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:20
14:20-14:40 Break
14:40-16:00
16:00- 17:30  Concluding Session
DAY  3 Friday, 20 October 2017
08:30-09:00 Announcement & Recap
09:00-10:30 Session 3.1
Overview of SDG Follow-up and Review (FuR) - UN HLPF Voluntary National Review (VNR) Presentation by Anselmo Lee
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Session 3.2
Policy Dialogue on the international Implementation of SDGs – UNESCAP Hitomi Rankine, UNESCAP through Skype/webex
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Session 3.3
Presentation on the 5 Asian countries at VNR in 2016 and 2017 Korea, Philippines, (China), Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-17:30 Session 3.4
CSO Strategies on VNR – lessons learned and guideline for action before, during and after the VNR Anselmo Lee
DAY  4 Saturday, 21 October 2017
08:30-09:00 Announcement & Recap
09:00-10:30 Session 4.1
Review of CSO Strategies on HLPF VNR

Presentation about 12 Targets of SDG Goal 16 and indicators – global and national
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Session 4.2
Group discussion on SDG Actor Mapping and National Indicators  (2 Template)
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Session 4.3
Sharing of experiences by participants
 Violence against Children (16.2)
 Rule of Law and access to Justice (16.3)
 Anti-corruption (16.5)
 Right to information (16.10)
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-17:30 Session 4.4
Developing CSO strategies on SDG 16
DAY  5 Sunday, 22 October 2017
08:30-09:00 Announcement & Recap
Results of two assignments – SDG 16 national indicators and global actors mapping
09:00-10:30 Session 5.1 - Goal 10
Presentation on Global Campaign on Inequality (SDG 10) and case study (Indonesia) Beckie

10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Session 5.2 – SDG 17
Presentation on SDG 17 Anselmo
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Session 5.3. – Goal 17 – Target 17.2
Case study on Official Development Assistance (SDG 17.2) – South Korea and Japan Aoi and Minyoung
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-17:30 Session 5.4
Presentation about IFP capacity-building plan
Synthesis and action plans on SDG 16 and 17 Deidre
Anselmo
DAY  6 Monday, 23 October 2017
08:30-09:00 Announcement & Recap
09:00-10:30 Session 6.1
Presentation on guideline for strategic action
Planning by country group  Beckie

10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Session 6.2 
Planning by country and organization
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Session 6.3
Presentation of national action planning 
Northeast Asia (3) : Japan, South Korea, Mongolia
Southeast Asia (7) : Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Indonesia and Philippines
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-17:00 Session 6,4
Synthesis and action plans on SDG 16 and 17
Common action plan and calendar Beckie and Jyotsna
17:00-1730 Closing Ceremony and Certificate distribution
DAY  7 Tuesday, 24 October 2017
09:00-12:30 Policy dialogue with the IFP

12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00 onwards Departure




Resource Materials
• Agenda 2013
o A/RES/70/1 - Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
[Arabic] [Chinese] [English] [French][Russian] [Spanish]
o Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development


• Background of SDG Goal 16 at the UN official website, specially progress and info 2017. https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdg16

• TAP Network : SDG 16 including Training Toolkit.
o http://tapnetwork2030.org/
o http://tapnetwork2030.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/TAP_Toolkit_FINAL_web.pdf

http://www.sdg16.org/countries/

• Voluntary Supplemental Indicators for Goal 16 for inclusive, just and peaceful institutions - http://www.community-democracies.org/democracy-development/

• Voluntary National Review- 2017 - https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/hlpf/2017

o Compilation of the Main Messages from the 2017 VNRs
o Proposal for voluntary common reporting guidelines for voluntary national reviews at the high-level political forum
[Arabic] [Chinese] [English] [French] [Russian] [Spanish]
o Q&A's for Voluntary National Reviews at the 2017 HLPF
o Synthesis of Voluntary National Reviews 2016
o Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Voluntary National Reviews for the HLPF 15-16 December 2016, United Nations Headquarters, New York
o Report of the Workshop for the 2017 Voluntary National Reviews, 2-3 March 2017, Incheon, Republic of Korea

• High Level political forum -2018 : https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/hlpf/2018








List of Participants and Resource Persons

Participants
S. No. Country Name (Family name in Capital) Email Id Organization
1 Cambodia LIM Phai phai@vbnk.org VBNK
2 Cambodia SOURN Butmao director.mirocambodia@yahoo.com Minority Rights Organization
3 Cambodia LANG DAVUTH lang_davuth@yahoo.com CMA )Cambodia Mentoring Association
4 Cambodia SOK Dou dougnc.ho@gmail.com Good Neighbors Cambodia (GNC)
5 Cambodia Chanthorn EUNG eung.chanthorn2012@gmail.com Action For Development
6 Cambodia UY Sophal sophalgnc.ho@gmail.com Good Neighbors Cambodia (GNC)
7 Cambodia SITHUAN CHIN sithuan.chin@danmission.dk Danmission
8 INDONESIA LYDIA MAWARNI Lidya.mawarni21@gmail.com INDONESIA LEGAL AID FOUNDATION
9 INDONESIA Aulia Rachmah Putri aputri@infid.org INFID
10 Japan Aoi HORIUCHI horiuchi@janic.org JANIC
11 LAO PDR Ji Young NAM jiyoung.nam@unwomen.org UN Women
12 Laos Phouvong BOUTSADY phouvong.boutsady@gmail.com International News Agency
13 Malaysia K.ERUTHAIARAJ KULANTHAISAMY jamesryanraj@gmail.com FOUNDATION FOR COMMUNITY STUDIES AND DEVELOPMENT (FOCUSED)
14 Mongolia Elberel Davaa elbereldavaa@gmail.com Women for Social progress
15 Myanmar SETT NAING TUN settnaing.eqmm@gmail.com Equality Myanmar
16 Philippines BAÑARES, Marjorie Francia cbdbicol@gmail.com Coalition for Bicol Development (CBD,Inc)
17 Philippines ADIVOSO, Angela Cyril C. migrantforumasia@gmail.com Migrant Forum in Asia
18 South Korea Nayoung KIM cfk.nayoungctr@gmail.com ChildFund Korea
19 South Korea Heekyung NAM heekyung_nam@wvi.org World Vision Korea
20 South Korea Minyoung, KIM mykim@ngokcoc.or.kr Korea NGO Council for Overseas Development Cooperation(KCOC)
21 Singapore Adrian Heok adrian.heok@gmail.com
Resource Persons
22 South Korea Anselmo LEE Alee7080@gmail.com ADA
23 South Korea Beunial KO kobeuniel@gmail.com ADA
24 GCAP Beckie Malay beckiemalay@yahoo.com GCAP
25 India Jyotsna Mohan
ada2030.secretariat@gmail.com
ADA
26 France Deirdre DE BURCA deirdre.deburca@ifp-fip.org IFP
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