2014 marks the twentieth anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD). 2015 is the year the successor to the Millennium Development Goals will be negotiated and adopted. The outcome of these processes will greatly impact future Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) policy, funding and programming priorities at global level and at national level.The on-going ICPD review offers a unique opportunity to review the evidence base, and find out where gains have been made and work needs to be done in terms of universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights, and to make sure these are at the core of our asks for the next development framework. It also offers the opportunity to convene and mobilize civil society civil society, to work with governments to make sure SRHR is positioned at the centre of policy priorities for national governments and their positions in regional and global negotiations. Particularly those connected to the post 2015 development framework.Civil society has a critical role to play in influencing government priorities and positions for these negotiations. To ensure that civil society engagement in these processes is strong, meaningful and has impact IPPF is launching a funding facility and between now and 2015 to support civils society engagement in these policy processes.The first round of proposals are op

via ICPD Small Grants 2014 – International Planned Parenthood Federation.