Video

05/08/2013

Youth activists speak about the issues they would raise with their governments, ahead of the ICPD Beyond 2014 conference in Geneva in July 2013.

11/07/2013

Y-PEER Ambassador Dani speaks about her partnership with UNFPA on preventing teenage pregnancy and her new song which will be dedicated to this issue.

30/06/2013

Damjan Nikolovski, a youth advocate from Skopje, speaks about one of the burning issues young people are concerned about in the region.

28/06/2013

Werner Haug, UNFPA Regional Director for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, summarises key messages emerging from the ICPD Beyond 2014 process in Europe, Central Asia and North America, ahead of the 1-2 July 2013 high-level conference "Enabling Choices: Population Priorities for the 21st Century" in Geneva.

27/06/2013

UNFPA expert Ralph Hakkert on the efficiency of government policies to raise birth rates.

26/06/2013

Maryana Borisova, a young Roma from Bulgaria, fought hard to be the first woman from her community to go to university. She was not to be the last.

24/06/2013

Dutch expert Nico van Nimwegen says population ageing and migration are challenges that, if addressed properly, can enrich societies.

21/06/2013

Damjan is a youth advocate from Skopje who was a child in 1994 when the landmark International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo opened a new chapter by placing the needs and rights of the individual at the heart of development policies and programmes. Watch this video to see why the commitments made then are as important today as they were 20 years ago.

21/06/2013

Damjan is a youth advocate from Skopje who was a child in 1994 when the landmark International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo opened a new chapter by placing the needs and rights of the individual at the heart of development policies and programmes. Watch this video to see why the commitments made then are as important today as they were 20 years ago.

20/05/2013

Nearly 93,000 women will be "missing" in Armenian society by 2060 if the country's high prenatal sex selection rate remains unchanged, according to projections included in a new report released by UNFPA.

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