In the context of the United Nations (UN), Agreed Language is the language that was agreed upon in an outcome document (for example, the Agreed Conclusions of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD) in a specific year). Agreed Language is important because it is language that was negotiated and that Member States have endorsed, and can therefore be used to hold governments accountable to the commitments that they have made. Agreed Language is therefore often an important focus in UN advocacy.