The Strategic Plan is the Authority’s highest-level document that will guide its direction and aims for a five-year timespan and follows the request made by its member States at the last session of the Assembly, in August 2017 (ISBA/23/A/13). The landmark document constitutes a key instrument for the transparent and accountable governance and leadership of the Organisation.
26 February 2018: The Secretary-General presented the draft Strategic Plan for the period 2019-2023 in English and French, the two working languages of the Authority.
As part of the consultation effort engaged by the Secretary-General, a briefing session was held on 7 March 2018 at the Council’s 24th session at which Council member States and Observers were in attendance.
Powerpoint Presentation of the draft Strategic Plan
The Authority is fully committed to an extensive and comprehensive consultation process to ensure the final Strategic Plan will embody the views, priorities and ownership of all its members. Following the presentation of the Draft Strategic Plan made during the first part of the 24th session of the Council, the Authority will broadly engage with stakeholders, seeking further comments, views and contributions.
The Secretary-General will also hold additional meetings with representatives of member States in Kingston, as well as Permanent Missions of the members of the Authority, in New York.