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If you need information for newspaper, TV, radio or other media reports, please see our contacts list for media enquiries.
We also have the following Media Resource Kits, which give updated and newsworthy information that can be used as background for articles, feature stories, interviews and other communications.
- ICPD/15 : 15th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development
- Safe Motherhood
- Family Planning
UNFPA has an online library of more than 2,000 photographs related to our work. They may be used free of charge for non-commercial purposes. However, because of copyright and licensing agreements, there is a registration and clearance process before these are available for your use. Check out the library here: photolibrary.unfpa.org
Videos about the work of UNFPA are catalogued and searchable by thematic area and keywords. From our online video channel, they can be played, downloaded or emailed to friends. Visit video.unfpa.org
Conversations for a Better World is a collaborative blog where people can express and exchange ideas and opinions on development issues. The idea is to get people talking about how we can co-create a better world.
You are welcome to submit an opinion, comment, or get creative and share a personal story, photo essay, a video or a podcast. Learn more and get started here: http://www.conversationsforabetterworld.com
These special features use dynamic and interactive elements to present the work of UNFPA.
- Ending Violence Against Women Multimedia Exhibit
Stop Rape Now: UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict
- AIDS Clock
- Understanding Our Work: A Multimedia Tour
- Where Are We Headed? A Glimpse into Our Urban Future
- A Passage to Hope: Women and International Migration
- Women, War, Health
- Understanding Culture, Gender and Human Rights
- 24 Tips for Culturally Sensitive Programming