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Report
ICPD Beyond 2014 Review and the
Post-2015 UN Development Agenda
September 2012
ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Review

GA Resolution 65/234 on the assessment of the state of
population and development and the implementation of
the Programme of Action (PoA) of the International
Conference on Population and Development (ICPD)
beyond 2014, stresses the importance of integrating
the population and development agenda in global
processes, taking into account the need for a systematic,
comprehensive and integrated approach to population
and development issues.
Multi-stakeholder responsibility
for the review
 UN system, civil society and all other relevant organizations of
the United Nations system requested by 65/234 to undertake
the ICPD Review.
Member States requested to assess implementation of the
PoA at country, regional and global levels
 2014 CPD and UNGASS will assess the outcome of the global
review
UN System stakeholder group convened by UNFPA to decide
on approach, methodology and activities, including division of
labor
 UNFPA has held regional and global consultations with civil
society organizations and youth groups on their involvement
and contribution to the global review.
Methodology
 The assessment process is based on a data collection that enables
comparability of results and involve Governments, civil society as part
of a consultative process for validating the surveys
 The core module includes an ICPD Country Implementation Profile
(CIP), based on an agreed list of process and impact indicators and a
questionnaire that is being filled through a consultative process.
 Due attention is being given to the recording of operational aspects
that either support or hinder the achievement of the goals of the ICPD
PoA, including different aspects of policy, governance, national
ownership of programmes, coordination within governments and
among implementing agents, and resource allocation and
management.
Three mandated reports will be
delivered:
1. The SG’s ICPD Review Outcome Report, including
recommendations on the way forward.
2. SG’s Summary ICPD Review Outcome Report
3. Index Report of key issues for implementation
identified in the 2014 session of the Committee on
Population and Development (CPD)
The three reports will be the basis of an UNGASS in the
fall. There will be no renegotiation of the ICPD PoA.
ICPD Review and the Post- 2015 UN Development Agenda
 UNFPA actively participated in the preparation of the SG
Report: “Realizing the future we want for all”. Report includes
population dynamics, reproductive health and protection of
reproductive rights
 UNFPA co-led in the preparation of the Population Dynamics
think piece and contributed to other pieces including the one
on Health
 The ICPD Review is identified by the SG’s report as source for
identifying key priorities in the post-2015 UN development
agenda
 A key objective of the ICPD Beyond 2014 Review is to
facilitate the integration of the population and development
agenda into the UN development agenda beyond 2015 and
ensure meaningful development outcomes.
Linkages with the Post- 2015 UN
Development Agenda
 Substantive:
Importance
of
population
dynamics,
reproductive health and protection of reproductive rights in
the SG’s vision and road map for the post-2015 agenda. ICPD
review identified in SG’s report as source for inputs.
 Coordination: Lead role in preparing a think piece on
Population Dynamics, active contribution into other think
pieces including one on Health.
 Linkages: The opportunity of linking the ICPD Review with the
Post MDG consultations and other national level dialogues on
post MDG framework with data from ICPD global survey and
the regional analysis of data by UN Regional Commissions.
Deliverables from the ICPD Review for the Post2015 UN Development Agenda
Phase 1: 2011/2012
ICPD Beyond 2014 Review
February 2012
ICPD Beyond 2014 Indicators Meeting
March – July 2012
Regional CSO Consultations
UN Development Agenda
Inter-agency agreement on indicators
that link the two processes
NGOs/youth sensitized on the
opportunities for the linkages
between the two processes
Regional NGO commitment to action
Deliverables from the ICPD Review for the Post2015 UN Development Agenda
Phase 2: 2012-2013
ICPD Beyond 2014 Review
UN Development Agenda
December 2012
ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Youth Forum
 OUTCOME REPORT
2012-2013
Thematic Consultations
(including Population Dynamics)
December 2012/January 2013
ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Survey
 DATA FROM THE GLOBAL SURVEY
AND GLOBAL TRENDS
March 2013
National Consultations on MDGs
March 2013
ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Survey
 REGIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE
GLOBAL SURVEY DATA
April 2013
First Report of the UN High Level
Panel
2013
National Dialogues on the Post-2015
Agenda.
Deliverables from the ICPD Review for the Post2015 UN Development Agenda
Phase 3: 2013-2014
ICPD Beyond 2014 Review
July 2013
ICPD Beyond 2014 Human Rights Conference
 OUTCOME REPORT
July 2013
ICPD Beyond 2014 Women’s Health (TBC)
 TECHNICAL REPORT
June - September, 2013
Regional Population Conferences
 REGIONAL ICPD REPORTS AND
CONFERENCE OUTCOMES
UN Development Agenda
2012-2013
Thematic Consultations
(including Population Dynamics)
2013
National Dialogues on the Post-2015
Agenda.
September 2013
High Level Meeting on MDGs
Deliverables from the ICPD Review for
the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda
Phase 3: 2014
ICPD Beyond 2014 Review
UN Development Agenda
January 2014
 SG’s ICPD REVIEW REPORT/ SG’S SUMMARY
REPORT
April 2014
 CPD ASSESSMENT OF SG’S ICPD REVIEW
REPORTS
June 2014
 INDEX REPORT WITH KEY RECOMMENDATIONS
FROM CPD
September 2014
 GA CONSIDERATION OF OUTCOME/
SUMMARY/INDEX REPORTS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS
September 2015
MDGs Summit
UN System partners for the ICPD Review
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