In an effort to identify the communities and groups of people most in need of priority access to the resources and programs being mobilised by the United Nations´ Sustainable Development Goals, the Leave No One Behind Partnership is conducting an online consultation with civil society groups that work with and on behalf of the most marginalised and disadvantaged people, especially those living in impoverished communities and who are at high risk of violence and discrimination. Besides collecting information on the demographics of respondents, the survey is broken into three parts to determine:
  • The groups and communities most excluded in localities across 30 countries
  • Their level of access to resources and services provided by governments and aid programs
  • Their level of involvement in government decision-making which allocates resources and services