The Cooperation Framework is a commitment1 to a broad range of stakeholders.2 Under national leadership and throughout its entire cycle, the Cooperation Framework is a vehicle for identifying development solutions through inclusive dialogue. In looking at development trends beyond national boundaries, it includes and contributes to regional, subregional and cross-border strategies and partnerships, both external and internal to the UN development system. It actively facilitates South-South cooperation3 and triangular cooperation4, in complement of official development assistance. Under the Cooperation Framework, the UN development system pursues all partnerships in line with the Common Minimum Standards for Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships developed by the UN Sustainable Development Group. Selected with due diligence, UN development system partners uphold inclusivity, diversity and representation; transparency and accountability; accessibility and safety; and respect for the UN Charter and UN norms and values.

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