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First session of the Regional Conference on Population and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

Du 12 au 15 août 2013 | Montevideo

Full integration of population dynamics into rights-based sustainable development with equality : key to the Cairo Programme of Action beyond 2014

August 12-15, 2013
Montevideo

The Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development was adopted on August 15 by official representatives from 38 member countries and associate members of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), who participated at the First Session of the Regional Conference on Population and Development in LAC, in Montevideo, Uruguay from 12 to 15 August. More than 800 people participated, bringing together 24 regional and international agencies and approximately 260 NGOs.

Priority Actions

A. Full Integration of Population Dynamics into Sustanaible Development with Equality and Respect for Human Rights ;
B. Rights, Needs, Responsibilities and Requirements of Girls, Boys, Adolescents and Youth ;
C. Ageing, Social Protection and Socioeconomic Challenges ;
D. Universal Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services ;
E. Gender Equality ;
F. International Migration and Protection of the Human Rights of All Migrants
G. Territorial Inequality, Spatial Mobility and Vulnerability ;
H. Indigenous Peoples : Inerculturalism and Rights ;
I. Afro-Descendants : Rights and Combating Racial Discrimination ;
J. Frameworks for the Implementation of the Future Regional Agenda on Population and Development.

Publié le 24 septembre 2013

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