During the 2018 ICFP Youth Pre-Conference there will be 3 dedicated time slots for breakout sessions. Please select the breakout session you wish to attend for each time slot. Descriptions are below.
Note: if you are a video contest winner, you will have to choose the breakout session corresponding to your role on the morning of Day 2.
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Date: 10-12 November 2018, 8:30 – 17:00
Location: Kigali Convention Center (MH 2,3 and 4)
Participation: Open to all youth attending the ICFP
The Youth Pre-Conference will be a space for youth to convene, network, and gain the resources necessary to continue their advocacy and research in their respective communities.
This year, we are proud to have the youth pre-conference last 2.5 days starting 10 November until 12 November 2018. Conference outline and program to come.
Youth Pre-Conference Registration
For the 2018 ICFP we expect the largest-ever numbers of young people to be in attendance. This is extremely exciting, but it also means that unfortunately we cannot accommodate everyone who is interested in attending the Youth Pre-conference.
Due to the overwhelming interest in the Youth Pre-conference, we must cap attendance to ensure a high-quality experience for all attendees. Registration for the Youth pre-conference for those who have not yet pre-registered (this is by invitation only) will open on 10 September 2018.
In order to receive your special invitation to reserve your seat at the Youth Pre-conference, you must complete your registration for the 2018 ICFP by 31 August – and tick the box indicating that you are interested in attending the pre-conference. The invitation to sign up will be emailed to the address you utilized to register for the ICFP on 6 September. These Youth Pre-conference registration passes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Youth Pre-Conference Supporters
Co-hosts: The International Youth Alliance for Family Planning, the Government of Rwanda, the Imbuto Foundation and the youth subcommittee (full list below)
Sponsors: The David & Lucile Packard Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bayer, Pathfinder International, Abt Associates, DKT International, Guttmacher, PSI, EngenderHealth, DSW, Amplify Change, Judith Frye Helzner, Male Contraceptive Initiative
Youth sub-committee members: 120 Under 40, Advocates for Youth, AfriYAN, AfrYPoD, AmplifyChange, Amref, Organe Consultatif de la Jeunesse, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bangladesh Model Youth Parliament, CARE, Caribbean Youth for Philanthropy, Centre for Creative Initiative in Health and Population, Centre For Girl-Child Education, Choice for Youth & Sexuality, Childbirth Survival International, Dance4life, Dandelion Kenya, DKT International, DSW, E2A Project, Engender health, FEMNET, FHI360, FP2020, Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, Georgetown University, Global Health Corps, Hewlett Foundation, HDI, Ibis Reproductive Health, Imbuto Foundation, IPPF, IYAFP, JHPIEGO, JHU-CCP, John Snow Inc., Karolinska Institutet, Lagos Television, NURHI, Packard Foundation, PAI, PATH, Pathfinder International, Plan UK, Population Media Center, Popworks Africa, PPFA Global, PRB, PSI, Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, Rollins School of Public Health, Save the Children, Tanzania Youth and Adolescent Reproductive Health Coalition, The African Women’s Community and Development Network, The Challenge Initiative, Torchlight Collective, USAID, UNFPA, WHO, Women Deliver, Youth Ambassador for SRHR of the Netherlands., Youth Equality Centre, Youth Health International, Youth Tech Health, Youth Time International Movement / UN, ZapytajMnie, Y-PEER
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