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The Regional Youth Hackathon was a three-day sharing and learning experience that gathered activists and young people representing regional youth networks and NGO’s. The event included networks of key populations and vulnerable groups from 16 countries, as well as representatives from UNFPA Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office and UNFPA Country Offices in Armenia, Moldova, Serbia, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine. The Hackathon that had the motto “leave no one behind - innovating to go beyond inclusion” took place in ATOLYE Istanbul, from 10th to 12th of December 2019.

Youth participants focused on exchanging know-how, providing feedback for individual projects, and finding innovative solutions to address three main questions: How can we build an inclusive, equal and just world? How can we overcome stigma and discrimination and provide equal opportunities for all youth? And finally, what are the models for meaningful youth engagement and participation?

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Violence against women and girls is a persistent human rights violation that not only threatens the security and safety of its victims, but also hinders women and girls around the world from being full and equal participants in society. This report presents the cross-regional, comparable findings of the OSCE-led and UNFPA-supported Survey on the Well-being and Safety of Women, which was implemented in 2018.

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Boys on the Move works to provide potentially life-saving information and build competencies in boys and young men experiencing changing and challenging circumstances. 

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Boys on the Move works to provide potentially life-saving information and build competencies in boys and young men experiencing changing and challenging circumstances.

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Boys on the Move works to provide potentially life-saving information and build competencies in boys and young men experiencing changing and challenging circumstances.

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Dispeling some common myths and misconceptions about population decline and population ageing.

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The Power of Choice: Reproductive rights and the demographic transition
Not so long ago, most people had large families: five children, on average. Where once there was one global fertility rate, today there are many, with differences wider than at any point in human history.

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A report on the achievements and challenges faced in implementing the recommendations of the ICPD Programme of Action in the UNECE Region

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A discussion paper commissioned by UNFPA EECARO as a contribution to the debate about ways to address low fertility in Eastern Europe.

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A framework to facilitate continuous follow-up of the ICPD Programme of Action

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