One of the main avenues to participate in the Talanoa Dialogue is through the submission of inputs. Parties, intergovenmental organizations, UNFCCC bodies and other stakeholders and expert institutions are encouraged to prepare analytical and policy relevant material to inform the Dialogue.
Guidance to submit inputs
Inputs to the dialogue should address one or all of the following questions:
The material submitted should be consistent with the tradition of Talanoa. Its tone and content should not be confrontational, threatening, abusive, defamatory, obscene or offensive.
For Parties, the Presideny has issued a note with guidance on how to address the three questions of the Talanoa Dialogue. It is available here.
For non-Party stakeholders, the High-level Champions have developed a set of templates to assist the process of submitting inputs. While not mandatory, all stakeholders are encouraged to use them:
Deadline for submission of inputs
Verification of inputs
Once received, all submissions will be verified to ensure the information is consistent with the principles of the Talanoa Dialogue.
As part of the verification process, we will authenticate you as a stakeholder in order to avoid possible misuse and to confirm sources of inputs:
Publication of inputs
Validated inputs will be made available on the platform together with the following information: