This event will present the main findings from a Study which evaluates the progress made in implementing the UNPFII’s recommendations related to sexual and reproductive health and rights and gender based violence. The study aims to better understand the achievements, limits, barriers and scope of the proposals, in order to improve their implementation.
The Study was undertaken in collaboration between CHIRAPAQ, Center for Indigenous Peoples’ Cultures of Peru, and UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.
13:15 Opening remarks
Tarcila Rivera Zea, CHIRAPAQ
13:20 Main results from the Study
Luis Mora, UNFPA
13:35 Comments on the Study from the UN Permanent Forum
Mariam Wallet Aboubakrine, UNPFII Chair
13:45 Comments to the Study from the perspective of a Member State
Comments to the Study from the perspective of Civil Society:
Lucy Mulenkey, Indigenous Information Network (Kenya)
Indigenous Youth Representative – ECMIA
14:00 Comments and feedback from plenary
14:25 Next steps and closing words