Global Change Institute, The University of Queensland
released November 2017
This discussion paper seeks to identify how effective community participation processes can contribute to attaining SDG6. It was prepared for national and local governments, aid agencies, and non-government organisations involved in community participation, SDGs and WaSH issues. It proposes expanding the ambition of community participation beyond the top-down indicator developed by the UN, which recognises participation based on the existence of established local policies and procedures for engagement.