Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (AFPPD)
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1981 Beijing China
Deriving from Asian Conference of Parliamentarians on Population and Development, on the initiative of F-XF5606 - United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Operations and permanent secretariat moved from Delhi (India) to Bangkok (Thailand), 1991. Constitution amended: 1996, Canberra (Australia); 1999, Niigata (Japan); 2002, Beijing (China); 2005, Jakarta (Indonesia); 2008, Hanoi (Vietnam).
Increase awareness and promote the understanding of the interrelationship between population and development issues; initiate, promote and support exchanges and exchange programmes among the parliamentarians of Asia and outside the region, so as to encourage new and effective ideas and approaches to population and development issues.
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General Conference (every 3 years); Executive Committee.
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