Advocacy and Accountability

Leaders, professionals, and young people who are engaged in or would like to be engaged in advocacy or accountability for family planning are invited to take part in series of opportunities during the conference organized by the ICFP Advocacy and Accountability Subcommittee:

  • Attend one of our 35 oral presentations, 42 poster presentations, 6 Topical Roundtables, 5 panels, and additional ideas Marketplace of Ideas discussions on A&A
  • Visit the A&A@ICFP hub in Uluwatu 3 to contribute to advocacy “salon sessions,” an open discussion forum for exchanging ideas:
    • Sharpen your advocacy and accountability skills in interactive skills-building workshops
    • Share and learn from advocacy failures and how to overcome them
    • Join discussions with others from Francophone countries and the faith community
  • Tweet to #Act4FP communicate how you advocate for family planning in your community and what you learned at the conference, and contribute to post-conference reports.

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A&A@ICFP SALON SCHEDULE / Uluwatu 3

Tuesday, 26 January

Time Session Lead Facilitator(s)
7:30 – 8:20 Strategy Session

A&A@ICFP Sub-committee only

Beth Fredrick, Advance Family Planning, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
10:30 – 11:50 A&A Skills Building Workshop –
Crafting an Effective Advocacy Strategy
Angela Mutunga, Jhpiego-Kenya & Habeeb Salami, Pathfinder Nigeria
12:00 – 13:20 Advocacy on the Ground Joan Koomson, African Women’s Development Fund & Aram Schvey, Center for Reproductive Rights
13:30 – 14:20 Topical Roundtables hosted by A&A@ICFP

Location: Singaraja Hall 1

Aram Schvey / Using International Human Rights Law to Promote Family Planning

Seema Jalan / Exchanging Ideas on Business Action for Family Planning

14:30 – 15:20 Advocacy Skills-Building Session

Bahasa Indonesia-only session

Indonesian National Steering Committee & Yayasan Cipta Cara Padu
15:30 – 16:30 Domesticating the Sustainable Development Goals Erica Belanger, International Planned Parenthood Federation
16:40 – 17:30 Learning from Failure Sono Aibe, Pathfinder International

 

Wednesday, 27 January

Time Session Lead Facilitator(s)
7:30 – 8:20 Strategy Session

A&A@ICFP Sub-committee Only

Laura Hoemeke, IntraHealth & Aram Schvey, CRR
10:30 – 11:50 A&A Skills-Building Workshop – Accountability Toolkit Moses Muwonge & Wendy Turnbull, PAI
12:00 – 13:20 Young People: The Driving Force Behind Realizing SRHR Tamara Windau-Melmer, Women Deliver & Allie Doody, PAI
13:30 – 14:20 Topical Roundtables hosted by A&A@ICFP

Location: Singaraja Hall 1

Jennie Greaney: The Role of Evidence-Based Skills-building for Advocacy

Beth Fredrick: The Sustainable Development Goals and Family Planning: Country Ownership

Duff Gillespie: Decentralization: The Critical Importance of Achieving Subnational Ownership of Family Planning

Alison Bodenheimer: Advocating for Family Planning in Francophone Africa (French)

14:30 – 15:20 Contribution du secteur privé à la promotion de la PF

French session

Brigitte Syan, Equipop
15:30 – 16:30 Faith-Based Organizations and Family Planning Susan Otchere, World Vision & Fatima Hasse, Progressio
16:40 – 17:30 Learning from Failure Laura Hoemeke, IntraHealth

 

Thursday, 28 January

Time Session Lead Facilitator(s)
7:30 – 8:20 Strategy Session

A&A@ICFP Sub-committee Only

Mariela Rodriguez, CARE & Jay Gribble, Palladium
10:30 – 11:50 Closed Session
12:00 – 13:20 Closed Session

 


SESSIONS

Session Session Title
1.1.02 Fulfilling the Promise of Family Planning through Decentralization / Tenir la promesse de la planification familiale à travers la Decentralization
1.1.07 Are We There Yet? Progress Towards the FP2020 Goal, July 2012 to July 2015 / Où en sommes-nous? Progrès vers l’objectif de PF2020, juillet 2012-juillet 2015
1.1.08 From Berlin to Bali: Health, Gender, Rights – Moving beyond 2015 / De Berlin à Bali: Santé, genre et droits au delà de 2015
1.2.18 The role of Advocacy in Family Planning / Le rôle du plaidoyer dans la planification familiale
1.3.08 SRHR Indicators in a Post-2015 World: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go / Indicateurs des droits de SSR dans le monde post-2015: Où nous sommes et vers où nous devons nous diriger
1.4.08 Donor Strategies to Ensure Implementation of Family Planning Commitments to the Most Marginalized through Innovative Advocacy / Stratégies des bailleurs pour assurer la mise en oeuvre des engagements de planification familiale en faveur des plus marginalisés à travers le plaidoyer innovant
1.4.10 Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Tools to Build the Capacity of Family Planning Advocates / Outils pour renforcer la capacité des plaideurs de la planification familiale
2.2.10 Helping DR Congo meet its FP2020 commitment: expanding access to long-acting contraceptive services in eastern DRC / Aider la RDC à réaliser ses engagements PF2020: Expansion de l’accès aux services de contraception à longue durée d’action en RDC de l’est
2.2.04 Social Accountability: Where Have You Been My Whole (FP) Life? / Responsabilisation sociale: Où êtes-vous passé pendant toute ma vie (de PF)?
2.2.06 Advocating for family planning and being accountable / Plaider la cause de la planification familiale et rendre des comptes
2.2.07 Indicators and Accountability: tracking and achieving universal access to family planning through the post-2015 framework / Indicateurs et responsabilisation: Suivre et réussir l’accès universel à la planification familiale à travers le cadre de travail post-2015
2.3.01 Lessons from the Urban Reproductive Health Initiative – Advocacy and Partnerships for Scale-up, Sustainability and Transfer of Strategies / Leçons de l’Initiative de Santé Reproductive Urbaine: Plaidoyer et partenariats pour la mise à échelle, la durabilité et transfer de strategies
2.3.05 Obstacles and Opportunities for Action to Advocacy on PHE: to what degree are partnerships between family planning and conservation helping to ensure equity in FP2020 Commitments and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? / Obstacles et opportunités d’action pour le plaidoyer: Dans quelle mesure les partenariats entre la planification familiale et la conservation aident-ils à assurer l’égalité dans les engagements PF2020 et les Objectifs de Développement Durable (ODD)?

 

TOPICAL ROUNDTABLES

TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY

Table Topic Facilitator Organization
10 Using International Human Rights Law to Promote Family Planning Aram Schvey Center for Reproductive Rights
19 Exchanging Ideas on Business Action for Family Planning Seema Jalan UN Foundation

 

WEDNESDAY, 27 JANUARY

Table Topic Facilitator Organization
9 Role of Evidence-Based Skills Building for Advocacy Jennie Greaney UNFPA
15 The Sustainable Development Goals and Family Planning: Country Ownership Beth Fredrick Advance Family Planning, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, JHSPH
18 Decentralization: The Critical Importance of Achieving Subnational Ownership of Family Planning Duff Gillespie Advance Family Planning, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, JHSPH
19 Advocating for Family Planning in Francophone Africa
(French)
Alison Bodenheimer Advance Family Planning, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, JHSPH

 

AUXILIARY EVENTS

MONDAY, 25 JANUARY (11:00 – 12:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Meeting our Commitments: Averting a Family Planning Crisis UNFPA Singaraja Hall 2

 

MONDAY, 25 JANUARY (12:00 – 14:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Envisioning the World We Want: Family Planning +Social Good FHI 360; UN Foundation The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

 

TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY (7:00 – 8:20)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
From Commitment to Action: Engaging Donors & Implementers to Make Rights-Based Approaches a Reality EngenderHealth Legian 7

 

TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY (18:00 – 19:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
The DRC’s emergence and family planning leadership through 2030 PNSR – National Program for Reproductive Health, Ministry of Health, DRC; Advance Family Planning, Gates Institute, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Tulane University; FP2020 Singaraja Hall 2
Quality Upheld: Local Action for Global Progress *ends at 21:00 PAI Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa
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
From the village to the capital: Holding governments accountable for keeping their SRHR promises CARE; Family Care International Legian 6

 

WEDNESDAY, 27 JANUARY (18:00 – 19:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Connecting the dots: gathering the FP/RH accountability community Countdown 2015 Europe, International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network (IPPF EN), FP Monitoring and Accountability Programme Uluwatu 7
Advocacy and Action: Harnessing the power of family planning to improve nutrition and food security Population Reference Bureau; FHI360, The Palladium Group Legian 3