The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, in partnership with Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, invites you to join us for “30 Years of the International Conference on Population and Development: Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in an Era of Challenging Political Contexts” on Wednesday, April 17, at 9:00 am PDT/6:00 pm CET.

 

The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) held in Cairo, Egypt is widely recognized to have transformed the global framework for population and development. Cairo defined a new agenda that moved population concerns away from demographic targets towards rights-affirming policies and programs, placing dignity and rights at the heart of sustainable development. The Cairo agenda paved the way towards the recognition that sustainable development requires prioritizing sexual and reproductive rights and addressing inequalities. The ICPD set the standard for people-centered development, and now, 30 years later, remains the global touchstone for sexual and reproductive rights, even as we are seeing massive regressions across all aspects of sexual and reproductive health and rights. In this virtual event, an amazing group of panelists will reflect on the history and the future of health and development in the current political moment.

 

The dialogue will be moderated by IIGH Director Sofia Gruskin and SRHM Board of Trustees Co-Chair Sapna Desai.

 

The webinar is hosted by the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health in partnership with Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters.
 
Please join us on Wednesday, April 17th, at 9:00 am PDT/6:00 pm CET.

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