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Title: United Nations Centre for Human Settlements Habitat Urban Governance Campaign


1
United Nations Centre for Human Settlements
(Habitat)Urban Governance Campaign
2
Urban Governance Toolkit TOOLS TO SUPPORT
PARTICIPATORY URBAN DECISON MAKING
Urban Governance Campaign, UNCHS
3
Operational Elements Flagship Products
  • Normative Debate
  • Principles of Good Urban Governance
  • Advocacy
  • Campaign Launches
  • Policy Papers
  • Good Governance Index
  • Revised national legislation
  • Publicity and media
  • Capacity Building
  • Toolkits
  • Network of Inclusive Cities

4
Role of the toolkit in the campaign
Lessons of Experience
5
Toolkit to Support Participatory Urban Decision
Making
  • Purpose
  • To support the capacity building efforts of
    cities and their partners to improve the quality
    of urban governance
  • Activities
  • Develop a harmonised approach to participatory
    urban planning
  • Identify and map existing tools available to
    support participatory planning
  • Link the tools to specific norms of good urban
    governance
  • Support the implementation of national and local
    campaign action plans

6
The Framework
Elements
Phases
IPreparatory and Stakeholder Mobilization
  • Mobilising Stakeholders
  • Issue and City Profiling
  • Identifying Key Issues
  • Elaborating Issues
  • Building Collaboration
  • and Forging Consensus
  • Formalising commitments

IIIssue prioritisation and Stakeholder
Commitment
  • Formulating Priority Strategies
  • Negotiating and Agreeing
  • Action Plans
  • Designing and Implementing
  • DemonstrationProjects

IIIStrategy Formulation and Implementation
  • Implementing Action Plans
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Up-Scaling and Replication
  • Institutionalisation

IVFollow-up and Consolidation
7
The Participatory Process and Tools which Support
It
  • I Preparatory and
  • Stakeholder
  • Mobilsation
  • Municipal Checklist
  • Stakeholder Analysis
  • Profiling
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Gender Responsive Tools
  • IV Follow Up and
  • Consolidation
  • Monitoring Tools
  • Programme Evaluation
  • Institutionalisation

Feedback
Participatory Urban Decision Making
  • II Issue Prioritisation
  • and Stakeholder
  • Commitment
  • Proposition Paper
  • Facilitation
  • City Consultation
  • Urban Pact
  • Stakeholder Working Group
  • III Strategy Formulation
  • and Implementation
  • Action Planning
  • Programme Formulation
  • Demonstration Project
  • EMIS
  • Conflict Resolution

8
Tool Presentation
TOOL
Overview
Purpose
Principles
How it works
Linkage with UG Norms
City Examples
References
9
Phase 1 - Preparatory and Stakeholder Mobilisation
10
Generic Samples of Profiles
11
Phase II - Issue Prioritisation and Stakeholder
Commitment
12
Typical Outline of an Urban Pact
  • To allow formalisation of negotiated agreements
    between partners and concretisation of their
    commitments
  • Preamble (background, preceding events)
  • Mandates (international, national, local)
  • Fundamental Principles (potentials, constraints,
    ongoing initiatives, future vision)
  • Commitment Package (specific measures,
    communication mechanisms, institutional set-up)
  • Resources (human, technical, information,
    financial)
  • Monitoring and Evaluation (timing, modalities)
  • Approval (date, signature of key partners)

13
Phase III - Strategy Formulation and
Implementation
14
The Database
15
Demonstration Project
  • Purpose learning framework, focus on action,
    facilitate replication of innovative approaches
  • Principles small scale, short project cycle,
    demonstration ex-ante, monitoring and replication
    cycle
  • Key Elements design, financing, monitoring
  • Linkage with UG norms efficiency, transparency,
    civic engagement

16
Phase IV - Follow-up and Consolidation
17
28 Case Studies
  • The importance of political will and leadership-
    Colombo, Kasserin, Lusaka, Quetzaltenango
  • The Critical Role of Local Partner Institutions
    and Anchor Institutions- Colombo, Cochabamba,
    Lalitpur
  • Stakeholder analysis to maximise the roles and
    contribution of traditional leaders-Ijebu-Ode,
    Siwa
  • Application of the Women's' Safety Audit in Dar
    es Salaam
  • Conducting a Five Day City Consultation on
    environmental issues in Lusaka, Zambia
  • The Urban Pact Process in Nakuru, Kenya
  • Adapting the working group concept in Chennai,
    India

18
Case Studies (continued)
  • A Demonstration Project on Partnership for local
    water supply, Colombo, Sri lanka.
  • Developing and Managing Spring Water in Ibadan,
    Nigeria
  • EMIS in Ismailia, Egypt
  • City Consultation as a Conflict resolution tool
    in Petra, Jordan
  • Managing Conflict in Essaouira, Morocco
  • Evaluation of Post-Disaster Water and Sanitation
    Programme in IRAQ
  • Integrating the Working Group approach into
    existing structures - Lusaka, Zambia
  • The Mesas de concertación and
    institutionalising the participatory process in
    Lima, Peru

19
Flexible Use of Toolkit
  • Design custom-made package of relevant tools
    across the four phases to respond to needs of
    specific city, country, organization
  • Differentiate between tools with different
    response time and style
  • Rapid Response tools (e.g., Stakeholder analysis
    Demo project)
  • Capacity Building tools (e.g., Profile,
    Stakeholder working group)
  • Example of package of 5 tools Profile,
    Consultation, Urban pact, Conflict resolution,
    Institutionalization

20
Disseminating the Toolkit
  • Internal HQ staff, Global Programmes, Regional
    Offices, RTC project staff
  • External CPR members, Global and Regional
    Steering Group Members
  • Promotion and Testing (Sept. - Nov. 2001)
  • UMP-LAC Caribbean regional seminar on
    Participatory Governance for Poverty Alleviation
    Dominican Republic (19-21 Sept 2001)
  • TUGI Regional Workshop on Participatory
    Governance Malaysia (24-26 Sept 2001)
  • IFUP Roundtable on Participatory Planning Tools,
    Marrakech (18 Oct 2001)
  • Citynet meeting on People Centred Cities in a
    Globalizing World, Bangkok (29 Oct. - 2 Nov 2001)

21
Different Formats
  • Formats to suit different needs
  • 1700 copies printed and being distributed
  • PDF format on new UGC website
  • Interactive website application being developed
    (e.g., to help designing a selection of tools
    from menu)
  • Inventory of tools in database format to be
    regularly updated
  • CD-Rom with PDF and interactive format

22
The Directory /Yellow Pages
23
Inventory at IFUP4 - Marrakech
  • DESCRIPTION OF THE TOOL
  • 1. Name of the Tool
  • 2. Agency which has designed the tool
  • 3. Objectives of the Tool
  • 4. Target group addressed
  • 5. Geographical Scope
  • 6. Level of application (neighbourhood/city/regio
    n)
  • 7. Format of the tool (book/video/CD Rom/web
    site)
  • 8. Where and when has the Tool been used ? By
    whom ?
  • 9. Agency and partners involved in the
    implementation

24
United Nations Centre for Human Settlements
(Habitat)Urban Governance Campaign
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