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Research Understanding Sexual Agency
Review of literature and scientific debates on sexual agency. The article includes recommendations on how SRHR programmes could strengthen the sexual agency of young people.
Report Right Here Right Now Consolidated Baseline Report
Consolidated baseline report of the Right Here Right Now partnership
Tool Parents’ Meeting Facilitation Manual
With a special focus on illiterate participants the manual enables you to discuss prevention of child marriage and other relevant SRHR issues.
Tool The sexual development of children 0-18 years old
This brochure describes the sexual development of children aged 0 to 18 years. It also contains examples of how you can help your child with this.
Research Sexual wellbeing in young people: Literature review
A literature review on young people's perspectives on sexual wellbeing and consent.
Research Scaling Up Sexuality Education: Lessons learned and considerations for civil society organizations
The report presents key steps needed to scale-up sexuality education to reach large groups of young people in a sustainable way.
Report Research COVID-19 and SRHR: I feel that things are out of my hands
A global study by Rutgers that looked at the detrimental effect of the pandemic on young people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights and worsens existing inequalities.
Tool Photovoice: Factsheet
All the facts on photovoice as a creative and effective tool for monitoring, participatory research, data collection and capacity strengthening.
Tool Photovoice: Facilitator’s guide
This guide helps you to prepare, organise and facilitate a photovoice training in low, middle, and high-income countries
Tool Explore: Handbook for monitoring & evaluation and research for young people
The handbook provides detailed information on topics discussed during the training, and can be used for looking up further information and instructions.
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