Consultation

Population Dynamics

Welcome to the Population Dynamics e-Consultation

Global Consultation on Population Dynamics in the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda

This space is dedicated to the global thematic consultation on population dynamics in the post-2015 UN development agenda, co-convened by UN-DESA, UNFPA, UN-HABITAT and IOM in partnership with the governments of Bangladesh and Switzerland.

It is an open and inclusive forum for civil society, policy makers, government officials, donors, UN staff and all other stakeholders to discuss the scope and priorities of the post-2015 development agenda.

We aim to stimulate dialogue, facilitate an exchange of ideas and collect and document the views, experiences and perspectives of key stakeholders vis-à-vis population dynamics on this forum. It is an opportunity to contribute to the setting of shared global priorities in the context of ameliorating poverty and inequality, whilst championing universal rights and values.

Please join us for a constructive, dynamic and lively dialogue.

Videos

Why do we need to integrate population dynamics into the post-2015 development agenda?

 
Ronald Skeldon
 
Silvia Giorguli
 
Robert Buckley
 
Tim Dyson
 
Catherina Hinz
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How to Participate
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Discuss: Participate in ongoing discussions

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Read & comment on the Background Papers
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Join in via Twitter using #Population2015
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Submit your own content: Articles, blog posts, discussion topics, documents or events

This is a public, moderated consultation: information you post is public and may appear in search results.

Outcome Report
Matthew Stockton on Fri, May 31, 2013 at 02.38 pm - 2656 download(s)
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Highlighted Event
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Expert Group Meeting Monday 3 December

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