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CAPPD reaching new heights

To learn more about the Canadian Association of Parliamentarians on Population and Development, visit: www.cappd.ca

Sarah Kennell

on 23 December 2013

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Transcript of CAPPD reaching new heights

Launch of CAPPD's 1st Newsletter
On December 2, CAPPD shared its first edition of the quarterly newsletter. The newsletter seeks to inform its readers of important news and updates related to sexual and reproductive health in Canada and internationally. The newsletter features an interview with the Director of UNFPA's Technical Division, updates on the post-2015 development agenda, and much more!
Canadian launch of UNFPA's annual report
In October, CAPPD partnered with Action Canada for Population & Development to launch UNFPA's 2013 State of World Population Report. The theme for this years' report was adolescent pregnancy.
CAPPD vice-chair, Hon. Dr. Hedy Fry, MP, represents CAPPD at annual G8 Global Parliamentarians’ Conference
Hon. Dr. Hedy Fry, MP, was among 57 parliamentarians from 34 countries who met in the British Houses of Parliament for the annual G8 Global Parliamentarians’ Conference ahead of the 2013 G8/G20 Summit.
CAPPD Chair meets with Parliamentarians from around the world at Women Deliver conference
In May, Ms. Rathika Sitsabaiesan, MP, CAPPD’s newly elected Chair returned from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she attended the 3rd international Women Deliver conference.
CAPPD wishes you a joyous & restful holiday season. We look forward to seeing you in 2014!
CAPPD event on early and forced marriage
In November, CAPPD, in partnership with Amnistie internationale Canada francophone & ACPD, hosted an event on the issue of early and forced marriage. The event included the sharing of the personal experiences of two women, Samia Shariff, originally from Algeria, and Salma, from India.
For more information about CAPPD & to sign up to receive the newsletter, visit: www.cappd.ca.
Excerpt from report launch press release
"The report indicates that adolescent pregnancy occurs as a result of combined factors including poverty, lack of access to education and sexual and reproductive health services and information, early and forced marriage, sexual violence, among others. Responding to these, Ms. Rathika Sitsabaiesan, Member of Parliament and Chair of the Canadian Association of Parliamentarians on Population and Development, told reporters that one critical piece of the puzzle is ensuring “adolescents’ access to a comprehensive package of sexual and reproductive health services as a human right and a concrete strategy through which we can provide them with better opportunities for success.”"
CAPPD Chair Rathika Sitsabaiesan, MP, speaking during Parliamentarians Conference (Photo Credit: Women Deliver)
CAPPD in 2013;
reaching new heights!

Hon. Dr. Hedy Fry, MP, vice-chair of CAPPD representing Canada
From left to right, ACPD's Executive Director, Sandeep Prasad, Amnestie internationale Canada francophone Executive Director, Béatrice Vaugrante, CAPPD Chair, Rathika Sistsabaiesan, MP, Samia Shariff, CAPPD vice-chair, Sadia Groguhé, MP, and ACPD's Director of Parliamentary Affairs, Dina Epale. (Photo credit: Stem photography.)
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