A Call to Action Faith for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights Post 2015 Development Agenda

Publication Date: September 2014


In September 2014, UNFPA convened a meeting of dozens of faith leaders at UN Headquarters in New York to discuss sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights. UNAIDS played a role in the meeting as a participant. The faith leaders, who came from around the world and represented six major faiths, issued a call to action on the critical importance of sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights to the post-2015 sustainable development agenda. 

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