Addressing Youth Needs and Involvement

Young people’s beliefs and decisions about family planning are critical to their sexual and reproductive health and rights. Too often, young people face obstacles that limit their access to modern contraceptive methods of their choice. The International Youth Sub-Committee is taking the lead on addressing youth needs and involvement at the ICFP.

Youth Pre-Conference
24 and 25 January
Tanjung Benoa Hall, first floor of BNDCC 2

The Youth Pre-Conference will start at 9:00 on 24 January (check-in begins at 8:00) and end just before the ICFP opening session on 25 January.

For more information about the Pre-Conference, please visit the Youth webpage.


Youth Pavilion
25 to 28 January
Tanjung Benoa Hall, first floor of BNDCC 2

The Youth Pavilion is a common area where youth participants can relax, meet their peers, network, and participate in informal daily debriefs at the end of each day’s activities. There will be youth-related side events taking place in this room. This youth pavilion will also feature information on youth-themed events at the conference and emergency contact information for youth participants.


Opening Ceremony
Monday, 25 January, 14:30 – 17:30
Nusa Dua Plenary Hall

Margaret Bolaji from Nigeria will give the opening address on behalf of the youth delegates.


Youth Plenary: Challenging Old Assumptions, Forging a New Agenda
Wednesday, 27 January, 8:30 – 10:00
Nusa Dua Plenary Hall


SESSIONS

1.1.10 Youth Campaigns and Demand Generation/ Campagnes pour les jeunes et Génération de la demande
1.1.13 Empowering youth and improving family planning services / Autonomisation des jeunes et amélioration des services de planification familiale
1.3.15 Let’s Talk: get Youth Talking about Contraception / Parlons-en: Faire parler les jeunes à propos de la contraception
1.3.17 Youth and Technology / Les jeunes et la technologie
1.4.04 Access to and Use of Contraceptives by Adolescents: Donor, Researcher, Implementer and Youth Perspectives / Accès et utilisation de la contraception par les adolescents: Perspectives de bailleurs, chercheurs, responsables de programmes et jeunes
1.4.07 What’s the law got to do with it? Legal and policy barriers to young people’s sexual and reproductive health services / Qu’est-ce que la loi a à voir avec ça? Barrières légales et politiques aux services de santé sexuelle et reproductive des jeunes
1.4.16 Context matters: Adolescent Reproductive Health needs / Le contexte compte: Besoins de santé reproductive des adolescents
1.4.18 Addressing Youth Family Planning Needs / Répondre aux besoins de planification familiale des jeunes
2.2.01 Young people at the centre! A new generation of SRH services for young people / Les jeunes sont au centre! Une nouvelle génération de services de SSR pour les jeunes
2.2.02 Rapid repeat pregnancy among adolescents: an opportunity to address unmet need for contraception and improve health and social outcomes among adolescents and their children / Grossesses rapidement répétées chez les adolescentes: Une opportunité pour répondre aux besoins non satisfaits de contraception et améliorer la santé et les extrants sociaux des adolescents et leurs enfants
2.2.14 Youth sexual and reproductive health information, service seeking, and experiences in Ghana / Informations, recherche de services et expériences de santé sexuelle et reproductive des jeunes au Ghana
2.3.07 From Rhetoric to Reality: Making Long-acting Reversible Contraception an Option for Youth / De la rhétorique à la réalité: Faire de la contraception à longue durée d’action réversible une option pour les jeunes
2.3.13 Youth & SRH risk: Early marriage, family violence, and contraceptive protection / Jeunes & Risques de SSR: Mariages précoces, violence intra-familiale et protection contraceptive
2.3.15 Youth leadership: Champions, Change, Transition / Leadership des jeunes: Champions, changement et transition
2.4.01 For Youth, By Youth: When Family Planning Means So Much More / Pour les jeunes, par les jeunes: Lorsque la planification familiale signifie tellement plus
2.4.07 Using human-centered design to reach adolescents: a story of partnerships for innovation in reproductive health / Utiliser une approche centrée sur l’humain pour atteindre les adolescents: Partenariats pour l’innovation en santé de la reproduction
2.4.08 Pathways to Reproductive Health Empowerment for Young Girls / Chemins ver l’autonomisation des jeunes filles pour leur santé reproductive
2.4.11 Family Planning for Youth and Adolescents / Planification familiale pour les jeunes et les adolescents
2.4.12 Youth Contraceptive behavior, preferences and practice / Comportements, préférences et pratiques contraceptives des jeunes
2.4.16 Empowering young adolescents: Protective research and programs / Autonomisation des jeunes adolescents: Recherche et programmes de protection
2.4.18 Ensuring Family Planning Quality and Access for Youth / Assurer la qualité de la planification familiale et l’accès des jeunes
2.4.20 Child Marriage and Adolescent Family Planning: Building the Research to Improve Program and Policy / Marriages d’enfants et planification familiale des adolescents: Construire la recherche pour améliorer les programmes et politiques
3.1.05 Access, Contraceptive Choice and Human Rights: Challenges and Tensions / Accès, choix contraceptifs et droits de l’Homme: Défis et tensions
3.1.14 Contraception use and Family Planning needs among married adolescents / Utilisation contraceptive et besoins de planification familiale des adolescentes mariées
3.2.03 Window of Opportunity: Strategies for Addressing the Unique Needs of First-time Parents / Opportunités: Stratégies visant à répondre aux besoins particuliers des nouveaux parents
3.2.11 Family Planning needs among marginalized populations: sex workers, youth, HIV+, victims of violence/ La planification familiale parmi les populations marginalisées : les travailleurs du sexe , les jeunes , le VIH + , les victimes de violences
3.2.14 Are LARCs a great choice for adolescents and youth? / Les méthodes de longue durée d’action réversibles sont-elles bonnes pour les adolescents et les jeunes?

 


Auxiliary Events

SUNDAY, 24 JANUARY, AND MONDAY, 25 JANUARY
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Youth Pre-Conference
*begins at 09:00 on 24 Jan; ends at 15:00 on 25 Jan
ICFP Youth Sub-Committee and partners Tanjung Benoa Hall
SUNDAY, 24 JANUARY (14:00 – 17:00)
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Spotlight on Myanmar: Expanding Reproductive Health Access to Young People Pathfinder International; The David and Lucile Packard Foundation; Ministry of Health, Myanmar The Melia Bali
MONDAY, 25 JANUARY (9:30 – 13:30)
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
An evidence map of rigorous evidence on adolescent reproductive health: designing a framework International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) Sol Beach House Benoa
TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY (7:00 – 8:20)
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
The Global Early Adolescent Study: What has been learnt since Addis? A Breakfast Seminar World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali
Promoting Leadership & Management Best Practices in Family Planning The Leadership, Management & Governance Project (Management Sciences for Health) Legian 8+9
TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY (18:00 – 19:30)
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
The Power of Collective Change: A reception and dialogue about normative transformation to promote adolescent sexual and reproductive health Passages Project Team: Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University (IRH); FHI 360, John Hopkins Global Early Adolescent Study (GEAS), Population Services International (PSI), Save the Children, Tearfund Seminyak Lounge
Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health: Lessons from the South African Population and Health Research Center and Strengthening Evidence for Programming on Unintended Pregnancy Research Consortium (STEP UP) Kintamani 5
Young People and Their Access To Contraceptives in developing countries & SRHR Alliance networking event
*ends at 20:30
Rutgers WPF Indonesia, One Vision Alliance and SRHR Alliance Tanjung Benoa Hall
WEDNESDAY, 27 JANUARY (7:00 – 8:20)
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Youth Lead: Increasing Access to Family Planning International Youth Alliance for Family Planning; Leadership, Management & Governance Project (Management Sciences for Health); Women Deliver Legian 5
Innovative Strategies to Address High Unmet Contraceptive Need among Youth and Adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa MSD/Merck Legian 6
WEDNESDAY, 27 JANUARY (18:00 – 19:30)
Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
A Celebration of Young People’s Contraceptive Choice Pathfinder International and its Evidence to Action (E2A) project, FHI 360, MSI, and PSI Mengwi 3+5