Independent Commission for Population and Quality of Life (ICPQL)

Commission indépendante sur la population et la qualité de la vie

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History

Nov 1992, Paris (France), with a mandate of 2.5 years. First meeting: 21-23 Apr 1993, Paris. Final report expected in 1995. Also referred to as Population and Quality of Life Independent Commission.

Aims

Reflect on population questions and promote a vision capable of inspiring and sustaining the concerted engagement and participation of all concerned parties. Demonstrate the urgency of finding a response to the challenge posed by the world's changing population while retaining full respect for human rights. Promote policies and programmes pertaining to: improving autonomy and responsibility of both women and men in their decisions on reproduction, in particular access to primary health services and family planning; integrating the concept of quality of life in its widest sense in a new approach to social development, and providing the most deprived populations with conditions which respect the dignity of human life; prioritizing an approach which takes into account demographic variables, socio-economic evolution and environmental changes; deepening the ethical dimension of problems inherent in the population crisis, including individual and collective rights and responsibilities, universalizing fundamental values, reduction of inequalities in and between nations and preserving the interests and potential of future generations.

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Members in 19 countries
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Subjects *

  • Amenities
    • Living Conditions
  • Health Care
    • Birth Control
  • Sociology
    • Demography
    • Population
  • Morals
    • Morals
  • Peace
    • Rights
  • Principles
    • Values

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 2: Zero HungerGOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 5: Gender EqualityGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 10: Reduced InequalityGOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and CommunitiesGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

F2883

Last News Received

2001
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** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.

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