PSN briefing paper calls for post-2105 focus on population and reproductive rightsNovember 2, 2012
The High-Level Panel meets in London
This week London has been host to a series of meetings by the UN Secretary General’s High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. As part of the panel’s visit to London, on Friday a series of engagement events were held offering civil society the opportunity to influence the panel's work, culminating in a 'Civil Society Dialogue' event attended by PSN’s Sarah Fisher.
A recording of the dialogue event is available to view online and further information about consultation opportunities to influence the post-2015 agenda is available on the website The World We Want 2015.
Population and reproductive health: critical issues for post-2015
PSN’s briefing highlights the critical and cross-cutting nature of population and sexual and reproductive health and rights issues for the post-2015 development agenda, and shares key recommendations for how the emerging framework should focus on these issues in ways that respect and protect human rights. Doing so has the potential to drive progress towards a range of development priorities the briefing argues, as well as to reduce the cost of achieving associated goals.
The briefing note provides an overview of the benefits that consideration of population dynamics and advancement of sexual and reproductive health and rights will bring for:
PSN’s recommendations for post-2015
The following recommendations from PSN are set out in full in the briefing note:
Read the briefing note: Population dynamics and sexual and reproductive health and rights: Critical cross-cutting issues for the post-2015 development agenda.