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  MULTI-STAKEHOLDER DIALOGUES

PREPCOM 2

PrepCom II was held at UN Headquarters in New York from 28 January - 8 February 2002. This meeting began the substantive assessment of progress at the global level by undertaking the comprehensive review and assessment of progress achieved in the implementation of Agenda 21 and the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 (later renamed the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation).

Early in the course of PrepCom II, a two-day multi-stakeholder dialogue took place including all nine major groups. The segment consisted of four sessions: a plenary discussion focusing on overall progress achieved since Rio in implementing Agenda 21 and priorities for future action; two parallel discussion groups, one on integrated approaches to sectoral and cross-sectoral areas of sustainable development and another on enabling and promoting multi-stakeholder participation in sustainable development institutions; and a final plenary aiming to identify new opportunities for partnerships to implement sustainable development.

Dialogue papers provided substantive input to the dialogue segment, and the Chair's Summary was included in the final report of the PrepCom.

Chair's Summary

Dialogue Papers:
Dialogue paper by women
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.1
Dialogue paper by youth
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.2
Dialogue paper by indeginous peoples
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.3
Dialogue paper by non-governmental organizations
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.4
Dialogue paper by local authorities
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.5
Dialogue paper by workers and trade unions
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.6
Dialogue paper by business and industry
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.7
Dialogue paper by the scientific and technological communities
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.8
Dialogue paper by farmers' organization
E/CN.17/2002/PC.2/6/Add.9   

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