Pacific Parliamentary Assembly on Population and Development (PPAPD)
1997, by and for Pacific Parliamentarians.
Improve the living standards, security and well-being of peoples in the Pacific by promoting practical actions by parliamentarians on population and development issues; promote good governance, transparency, accountability and sustainable development of the region's natural resources in relation to population and development; promote the interests of Pacific Island Countries in various world fora, focusing on the International Conference on Population and Development and Millennium Development Goals; encourage parliamentary and other activities aimed at facilitating population and development policies to improve the living standards, security and well-being of peoples in the Pacific.
Events1 past events available with paid subscription only.
General Assembly (at least every 2 years). Executive Committee (meets at least annually), comprising Chairperson, 3 Vice-Chairpersons and Treasurer.
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