Further information on the programme for the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 should shortly be available on the Summit website.Read More
A survey on the Draft Commitments on the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 has been launched on the Summit website.Read More
Registration for the Nairobi Summit is now open.
Heads of state, ministers, parliamentarians, technical experts, civil society representatives, private sector partners, faith-based leaders, youth leaders, advocates and many others will be in attendance. Visit the conference registration site at the link below.Read More
International Steering Committee
At its meeting on 26 April, the International Steering Committee (ISC) at which it discussed strategic planning, it was agreed that the ‘Three Zeros’ will be the focus for developing a road map to end the unfinished business of the ICPD by 2030:Read More
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We are pleased to invite you to the next conversation from the ICPD25: What's Changed? series, taking place tomorrow (Thursday, 13 June), from 9 to 10 am, New York time (1 to 2 pm GMT/UTC).Read More
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Allow me to introduce myself: my name is Tim Thomas and I am consulting for UNFPA as the CSO/NGO Focal Point for the Nairobi Summit on ICPD25. The Summit will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development and will be co-convened by UNFPA, with the Governments of Kenya and Denmark. My task is to engage with you in the lead-up to this Summit.Read More
UNFPA has launched the Nairobi Summit Newsletter. (See below)
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On the road to NairobiRead More
The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 will take place on 12-14 November 2019 at the Kenyatta International Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.Read More
Civil society organisations attending the UN Commission on Population and Development (CPD) welcome the unanimously agreed historic political declaration at the beginning of its meeting at the United Nations in New York, 1-5 April 2019.Read More
In the email below, the Chair has confirmed that the silence has not been broken and that the text of the draft declaration will be adopted on 1 April 1 in the opening session of the CPD:Read More
The chair conducted the revised text for the political declaration, (See: Next version of Political Declaration for CPD now available) with the changes to operative paras (OP) 1, 3 and 5, in the second and final day of consultations on 25 March. OP 1 included a change in the verb “provide” to “offr” related to review conferences, which was a concern for the Russian Federation.Read More
Following the informal informal consultations on Wednesday 6 March for the zero draft of the political declaration of the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) for the 52nd session of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD52), H E Mr Courtenay Rattray of Jamaica, the Chairperson designate, will circulate a further ‘tweaked’ draft before the next consultations which are scheduled to take place on Monday 25 March.Read More
The months between Commission on Population and Development (CPD) 1-5 April and theNairobi Summit, to be held 13-15 November 2019, will provide an opportunity for discussion and strategizing at the national and regional levels.Read More
ICPD25 will culminate with the Nairobi Summit to be held 13-15 November 2019.
UN Commission on Population and Development
The process leading up to the Summit will begin at the forthcoming session of the UN Commission on Population and Development (CPD), which will meet 1-5 April at the United Nations in New York.Read More
UNFPA is excited to invite you to its first “What’s Changed?" conversation, taking place tomorrow in NYC. This will be the first in a series of discussions on ICPD25 in the lead-up to The Nairobi Summit on ICPD25 in November 2019.Read More
2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the ground breaking International Conference on Population and Development, held in Cairo in 1994. During the conference, leaders articulated a bold vision regarding the relationships between population, development and individual well-being. Its Programme of Action, adopted by 179 countries, recognized that reproductive health, as well as women's empowerment and gender equality, are the pathway to sustainable development.Read More