Requests the Secretary-General to continue to give high priority to the monitoring of world population trends and policies and to continue work on the following: biennial revisions of estimates and projections of national, urban, rural and city populations; studies on the interrelationship between population and development; studies on the interrelationship between the status and role of women and population; comparative analysis of population policies; analysis of mortality; studies on family formation reproductive behaviour and family planning; studies to measure and understand changes in population distribution; studies on levels, trends, policies, determinants and consequences of international migration; dissemination of population information and further strengthening of the Population Information Network at the national, regional and global levels; provision of technical cooperation support in response to requests from developing countries and economies in transition; requests the Secretary-General of the International Conference on Population and Development to make full use of the existing resources of all units of the UN system concerned, in particular the Department of Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis of the Secretariat and UNFPA.
Adopted at the 32nd plenary meeting, 14 July 1994. In: Resolutions and decisions of the Economic and Social Council, organizational session for 1994, New York, 25 January and 3 and 4 February 1994; resumed organizational session for 1994, New York, 6 June 1994; substantive session of 1994, New York, 27 June-29 July 1994; second special session of 1994, New York, 16 September 1994; resumed substantive session of 1994, New York, 3 and 4 November 1994 - E/1994/94 - p. 17-18 - (ESCOR, 1994, Suppl. no. 1).