Early-bird registration will take place from 14 May to 31 August, 2018.
- Developing Country Rate – $450
- Developed Country Rate – $550
The organizers of the 2018 ICFP are seeking youth leaders aged 18 to 25 years old to be keynote speakers, media makers and moderators for sessions at the conference. Young people who are selected will have conference registration and travel costs covered, and will play an essential role in providing a youth perspective and voice to the program. Read more, and submit your application, via the Youth page.Find out more »
The corresponding author will be notified regarding acceptance of abstracts for oral presentations by 31 May 2018. Authors/presenters will be asked to confirm their participation by 2 July 2018. For more information, visit the Abstracts page.Find out more »
The corresponding author will be notified regarding acceptance of abstracts for poster presentations by 4 June 2018. Authors/presenters will be asked to confirm their participation by 2 July 2018. For more information, visit the Abstracts page.Find out more »
Authors/presenters of abstracts will be asked to confirm their participation by 2 July 2018.Find out more »
Late Registration will take place 1 September through 12 October 2018
- Developing Country Rate – $550
- Developed Country Rate – $650
On-site registration will take place 9 November through 15 November 2018.
- Developing Country Rate – $600
- Developed Country Rate – $700
The ICFP Youth Pre-Conference will take place for 2.5 days on 10, 11 and 12 November 2018. The pre-conference will start at 08:30 on 10 November (check-in begins at 07:30) and end just before the ICFP opening session on 12 November. More information is available on the Pre-conferences page.Find out more »
The Role of Faith Communities in Family Planning Advocacy In this interactive session, representatives of faith-based organizations and religious leaders will share best practices in family planning advocacy and explore ways to advance the faith community’s role. Facilitators will lead the participants through a strategic planning exercise to develop action plans for the next year. Small groups will discuss country specific activities, identify how to augment the contributions of faith groups, and explore the connection between faith values and family planning. They will…Find out more »
The demographic dividend pre-conference workshop aims to equip attendees with the information and skills to effectively move the demographic dividend agenda forward. During the first pre-conference session, speakers will discuss (1) tools for making policy decisions and measuring progress and (2) approaches for subnational estimation of the benefits of the demographic dividend. During the second session, a highly interactive workshop will present a new approach to framing the multisectoral benefits of family planning and fertility decline and invite attendees to…Find out more »