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  • By The Editors 22/01/2013

    43% of the world population have at least 25 years, and these young people should be involved as key stakeholders in policy decisions that will shape the future. Between the 4th and 6th of December in Bali, Indonesia, over 900 youth will contribute to the revision of the ICPD’s Plan of Action and to the inclusion of the youth perspective in a new version of the text on population and development, to be delivered to the UN General Assembly.

    Registration for virtual delegates is now open to participate in the Forum. Between the 4th and 6th of December, virtual delegates will follow and contribute to the online discussions. Delegates must be from 14 to 30 years old and the registrations can be send until the eve of the meeting in http://www.icpdyouth.org link.


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