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Ahead of this week's G8 summit, a Global Parliamentarians' Conference took place in London last week to focus the attention of key decisions on the need for prioritization of family planning in the new emerging development framework.
A letter by PSN has been published in The Guardian, highlighting the potential for investment in voluntary family planning programmes to advance food security.
The Global Leadership Meeting on Population Dynamics convened this week in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and was attended by The Population and Sustainable Development Alliance (PSDA). The draft outcome document is now available, containing a number of recommendations and inputs from PSDA.
PSN has contributed to a new position paper by EuroNGOs entitled "Addressing population dynamics in the post-2015 development framework: fulfilling rights, empowering women, investing in youth, advancing sustainable development."
An opinion piece by Sierra Club has highlighted a Population Health Environment (PHE) programme integrating family planning with with marine conservation, by Population and Sustainable Development Alliance member Path Foundation Philippines, Inc.
PSN and other representatives of the Population and Sustainable Development Alliance joined civil society representatives in Geneva this week for the population dynamics civil society global thematic consultation meeting.
PSN has contributed to a position paper on population dynamics in the post-2015 development agenda by the global civil society campaign Beyond2015.
The Population and Sustainable Development Alliance (PSDA) has responded to several online discussions taking place as part of the thematic consultation on population dynamics in the post-2015 agenda.
Last week the PCCA, now known as the Population and Sustainable Development Alliance (PSDA), held a seminar examining possibilities for integrating focus on population dynamics and sexual and reproductive health and rights into the Sustainable Development Goals and post-2015 international development agenda.
In advance of the meetings in London this week of the High-Level Panel on the Post-2015 development agenda, PSN has produced a briefing note setting out key recommendations for the new development framework.