The UN Secretary-General’s Independent Accountability Panel (IAP) for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent invites your insights and contributions to inform its 2018 Report on the theme of private sector accountability for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health. Submissions should be sent to email@example.com by 27 January 2018
“Urgent action now for adolescents or face worldwide repercussions”, appeals the UN Secretary-General’s Independent Accountability Panel at the Georgian Parliament
Parliament of Georgia, Tbilisi, 6 February 2018
“Expanding UHC is a political process. It is about who has voice and power in defining health priorities, for whom, and how fairly they are financed. How many countries have policies to ensure people with disabilities, living with HIV, mental health conditions or in humanitarian settings are getting their share of UHC benefits?”, states the IAP in commenting on the Tracking Universal Health Coverage 2017 Global Monitoring Report, launched at the UHC2030 event in Tokyo (12-15 December).
IAP Co-Chairs, Carmen Barroso and Kul Gautam, formally submit the IAP 2017 Report on Transforming Accountability for Adolescents to Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres, 19 September 2017, at the High-Level Steering Group for Every Woman Every Child meeting in New York.
On the occasion of the 11th International Association for Adolescent Health Congress held in New Delhi, the IAP convened a symposium on October 28 to present the IAP’s 2017 report, Transformative Accountability for Adolescents, and engage participants on how to take the IAP’s findings and recommendations forward. IAP Members, Dakshitha (Sri Lanka) and Giorgi Pkhakadze (Georgia), briefed the audience on the report’s main calls for action, affirming adolescents as the central promise for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
UN Member States and partners held accountable for avoiding millions of unnecessary deaths of adolescents
Launch of the UN Secretary-General’s Independent Accountability Panel Report: Transformative Accountability for Adolescents