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21 Oct 2021
Ministerial Conference begins on 16 November
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The preparations for the Second Ministerial Conference on CRVS in Asia and the Pacific are nearly complete and ESCAP is pleased to announce the details for the Conference are now posted and available on www.getinthepicture.org.

First, readers can find a detailed programme with a breakdown of daily sessions, including a brief synopsis of the session and the platform that will be used. Second, the agenda and official documents are now available, including translations, as well as information notes informing various sessions and background documents for the Conference.

Finally, please note the entirety of the Second Ministerial Conference will be broadcasted live on the United Nations ESCAP Youtube page.

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