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[NEWS] Population and Development Commission Addresses Urbanization, Migration




聯合國經濟和社會事務部(DESA)將“快速城市化和管理不善的移民”描述為可持續發展挑戰,並敦促地方和國家政府共同努力實施有關城市化和移民潛在消極方面的政策。 促進他們的發展興趣。


The representative of the Commission for Population and Development shared the experience and progress of the conference’s theme “Sustainable Cities, Mobility, and International Migration”.

However, for the third consecutive year, the Committee did not reach consensus on the outcome document.

The goal of SDG 3.7 is to “ensure access to universal and reproductive health services by 2030, including family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into national strategies and plans.”

The UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) described “rapid urbanization and poorly managed migrants” as sustainable development challenges and urged local and national governments to work together to implement policies that govern the potential negative aspects of urbanization and immigration. Promote their development interest.

At its fifty-third session in 2020, the Commission approved the theme “Population, Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainable Development”.

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Population and Development Commission Addresses Urbanization, Migration

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