Principal Author

Nicole Cardinal

Contributing Authors
John Romano
Elle Sweeney

Copy Editor
Faye Leone

Designer
Karen Kanan Corrêa

Advisory Group

The drafting of this SDG Accountability Handbook has been supported by guidance from an Advisory Group of 8 experts from civil society – all of whom have worked extensively around issues of social accountability and the 2030 Agenda. The TAP Network is grateful for the contributions from this Advisory Group, including:

Marianne Beisheim, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik
Arelys Bellorini, World Vision International
Andrew Griffiths, Together 2030/Sightsavers
Faye Leone, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Charlie Martial Ngounou, AfroLeadership
Lyndal Rowlands, CIVICUS
Claire Schouten, International Budget Partnership (IBP)
Mwangi Waituru, VSO International

Content Contributors

Anna-Maria Heisig, Partners for Review
Nicolas Sautejeau, ONG Chile ACCION
Rukshana Nanayakkara, Transparency International
Louis Busingye, Human Rights First Rwanda Association
Besinate Mpepo and Suzanne Cant, World Vision International
Claire Schouten, International Budget Partnership (IBP)

Additionally, the TAP Network hosted a consultation workshop on 13 July 2018 around the 2018 High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) in New York. In addition to the Advisory Group Members that contributed to this workshop, the TAP Network would also like to express its gratitude for to the following experts, who facilitated various breakout groups on chapters of the SDG Accountability Handbook:

Nicolas Sautejeau, ONG Chile ACCION
Paul Divakar, Asia Dalit Rights Forum
Coco Lammers, Namati
Birgitte Feiring, Danish Institute for Human Rights
Freya Seath, Restless Development
Kelly Thompson, Restless Development
Rukshana Nanayakkara, Transparency International
Anna-Maria Heisig, Partners for Review
David Banisar, Article 19
Jyotsna Singh, Asia Development Alliance
Maruxa Cardama, Cities Alliance
Oli Henman, Action for Sustainable Development
Jordan Street, Saferworld
Marie-Luise Abshagen, German NGO Forum on Environment and Development

Finally, the drafting of this Handbook was also supported by extensive consultations with Members and Partners of the TAP Network. We are also grateful for the inputs and insights from TAP’s Membership, and all others who provided their insights throughout the drafting process in 2018.