At the 6th Asian and Pacific Population Conference

13 November 2014

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The small island Pacific countries delegations with their Australian counterparts after the 6th APPC with UNFPA Deputy Executive Director Kate Gilmore. Photo: UNFPA PSRO/Ariela Zibiah.

Statements & Media Releases

The Pacific ripple - at the 6th Asian and the Pacific Population Conference

Asian and Pacific Countries Endorse Forward-looking Agenda on Population, Development and Rights

The Pacific Opening Statement by Cook Islands Minister for Health, Honourable Nandi Glassie

Beyond age, beyond culture, beyond backgrounds - beyond 2014 (Statement by the President of Kiribati, H.E Anote TONG)

Standing together to build better lives with and for the peoples of Asia and the Pacific - Inaugural address of H.E. Mr. Phongthep Thepkanjana Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand

Rights are the building blocks of inclusive, sustainable development - UNFPA Deputy Executive Director Kate Gilmour

Promoting gender equity and equality to enable sustained and equitable development - Dr. Nafis Sadik

UNFPA Executive Director and Thai Prime Minister Discuss Thailand's Response to Changing Population Dynamics

We want to reshape the development agenda beyond 2014: Pacific leaders

The Pacific Opening Statement by Cook Islands Minister for Health, Honourable Nandi Glassie

Sixth Asian and Pacific Population Conference to Set Agenda for Building Better Lives

Building Better Lives through a Population and Development Agenda - An Opinion-Editorial by Noeleen Heyzer and Babatunde Osotimehin

Opening Remarks by the UNFPA Executive Director - as prepared for delivery

Pacific voice for global development agenda beyond 2014

Coming together as a bloc, the Pacific delegation including their Australian counterparts. Photo: UNFPA PSRO/Ariela Zibiah

Country Reports

- Federated Stated of Micronesia

- Fiji

- Nauru

- Niue

- Republic of the Marshall Islands

- Samoa

- Solomon Islands

- Vanuatu

Some Media Coverage

Photo gallery

Videos

 
For more background information, please take some time to visit the UNFPA Asia & the Pacific and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific websites.