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Deliver the Promise

Keep the promise of the ICPD alive by delivering on its unfinished agenda. The stakes have never been higher.

Nearly 20 years ago, the international community made some large and important promises that have changed the lives of women and girls around the world. Today, more than 7 billion people inhabit the planet, 1.8 billion of whom are or soon will be entering their reproductive years.
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Equality Empowers

Poster for World Population Day 2005

Equality benefits everyone. Where girls have equal opportunity to education, societies become more prosperous. Where women have equal access to income, assets and services, families become healthier. When both men and women are able to participate equally and exercise their full human rights, the world benefits.
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Vote for Her Life

Poster of the International Parliamentarians' Conference, Strasbourg, October 2004

Whether they represent the richest or the poorest populations of the world, parliamentarians have the power to vote -- to adopt laws and policies that can make a world of difference in the life of a woman.
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Every minute a mother goes missing

Poster for World Population Day 2004

Every minute a mother goes missing. She perishes in childbirth or from complications of pregnancy. Her death is preventable. This tragedy adds up to 529,000 deaths each year, leaving a devastating void in families, communities, entire regions. The emotional, social and economic consequences affect every one of us.
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1,000,000,000 adolescents are about to enter their reproductive years

Poster for World Population Day 2003

More than 1 billion young people are between the ages of 15 and 24. They need supportive relationships and respect. In return, the world needs their active participation.
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"Life or death is a political decision."

Poster of the International Parliamentarians' Conference, Bangkok, November 2002

"Life or death is a political decision", reads this poster from the International Parliamentarians' Conference in Ottawa, Canada. At the conference, elected representatives from 72 countries and territories pledged to save lives by striving to allocate up to 10 per cent of their nations' development budgets for population and reproductive health programmes. This poster asks if your government has made the same committment.
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