State of the World Population 2010 Resources

From Conflict and Crisis to Renewal: Generations of Change

The Reports

State of World Population 2010 - Web English Français Español      
State of World Population 2010 - PDF English Français Español Russian Arabic  
Culture and Arts Supplement - PDF English Français Español

 

 

Media Outreach

Press Summary - PDF English Français Español Russian Arabic  
Press Release English Français Español   Arabic  
Note to Editors -- PDF English Français Español Russian Arabic  
Statement of Thoraya Obaid, Executive Director of UNFPA English Français Español   Arabic  
Cover Image Poster (PDF)            
             

 

Feature Stories

Breakdancing for Peace and Positive Change in Northern Uganda
Dealing With a Legacy of Rape and Torture in Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Photographs

Timor-Leste


A new mother with her child in a post-maternity ward in Timor-Leste.
©VII Photo/Ron Haviv

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Girls in Timor-Leste learning computer skills.
©VII Photo/Ron Haviv

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Children in Timor-Leste play between classes at a local school.
©VII Photo/Ron Haviv

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Liberia


Women police officers teach local girls self defense classes in Monrovia.
©VII Photo/Marcus Bleasdale

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Women police officers working in the Salem Police Station in Monrovia, Liberia.
©VII Photo/Marcus Bleasdale

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Women return from a farm outside of Monrovia.
©VII Photo/Marcus Bleasdale

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Bosnia and Herzegovina


A resident of Gorazde recounts her horrific experiences during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
©VII Photo/Antonin Kratochvil

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A survivor of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina visits a support network in Sarajevo.
©VII Photo/Antonin Kratochvil

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Enisa Salčinović returns to Miljevina, the site of her capture and internment in a rape camp during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
©VII Photo/Antonin Kratochvil

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Videos

Right-click on the links to download and save the video files to your desktop. You can then open and play them in Quicktime or RealPlayer, and adjust the size of the display as necessary.

Multimedia Promotional / Introduction for the State of World Population Report 2010

QuickTime  |  Flash

Trauma still afflicts survivors of the war in Bosnia, 20 years later

Short version: QuickTime  | WMV

Long version: Streaming

Nepali women still wait for the peace dividend   

QuickTime  |   WMV

Gazan midwife assures safe births when medical care is scarce

QuickTime  |   WMV

 

Security Council resolutions

Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000)
Adopted by the Security Council on 31 October 2000
English Français Español Russian Arabic
Security Council Resolution 1820 (2008)
Adopted by the Security Council on 19 June 2008
English Français Español Russian Arabic
Security Council Resolution 1888 (2009)
Adopted by the Security Council on 30 September 2009
English Français Español Russian Arabic
Security Council Resolution 1889 (2009)
Adopted by the Security Council on 5 October 2009
English Français Español Russian Arabic
Fact Sheet
Implementing Security Council Resolution 1325
English        

 

For media inquiries, please contact the following

Launch cities, contacts (as of 19 October)

EUROPE AFRICA

London
Cathy Bartley
cathy.bartley@bartley-robbs.co.uk
Tel. +44 20 8694 9138

Paris
Michel Aublanc
michel.aublanc@wanadoo.fr
Tel. +33 1 692 86 286

Brussels
Sietske Steneker
steneker@unfpa.org
Tel. +322 550 18 30

Copenhagen
Pernille Fenger
fenger@unfpa.org
Tel. +45 35 467 033

Geneva
Leyla Alyanak
alyanak@unfpa.org
Tel. +41 79 687 6056
 

Dakar
Hugues Kone
kone@unfpa.org
Tel. +221 33 859 8231

ASIA & THE PACIFIC
Bangkok
William A. Ryan
ryanw@unfpa.org
Tel. +66 2 687 0118
LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN
Panama City
Trygve Olfarnes
olfarnes@unfpa.org
Tel: +507 301 7362
UNITED STATES & CANADA
New York
Richard Kollodge
kollodge@unfpa.org
Tel. +1 212 297 4992

Omar Gharzeddine
gharzeddine@unfpa.org
Tel. +1 212 297 5028