The Independent Accountability Panel (IAP) for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent welcomes contributions for its 2017 report on the theme of 'Accountability to Adolescents’ Health and Human Rights' by 31 March. The Panel seeks input on: What are the main accountability mechanisms in place and major accountability gaps for adolescents? What promising solutions, approaches and practices are underway? For example, to improve services for adolescents? What results are being obtained and what resources are becoming available for adolescent health, development and rights? and What recommendations do you have for strengthening accountability to adolescent health and rights? Specifically, it seeks evidence of: Effective Accountability Mechanisms at all levels, with a Focus on Adolescents—from local to global; Large-scale Programmes and Investments for Adolescent Health and Beyond at national, provincial and district levels, including cross-sectoral strategies and investment frameworks; Resource Available for Adolescent Health and Rights; and Promising monitoring and accountability initiatives for the Global Strategy’s scope of issues across its pillars of 'Survive, Thrive, Transform'. Inputs are invited from all stakeholders – representatives of governments, parliaments, civil society, youth and women’s groups, academia, health providers, human rights defenders, donors, the private sector, UN and other partners.
date: 31 March 2017
contact: Maria Jose Alcala Donegani Head, Independent Accountability Secretariat for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent