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The Sexual Health Strategy identifies the media as a means to communicate on sexual health in an effective and responsible way. Evidence shows that the media is a useful means to provide information to the general public. The type of media used will depend on the identified target audience. Unbalanced or inaccurate media messages can lead to pressures and confusion over the realities of sex and sexuality particularly for young people. Hence we cannot stop emphasizing the need and importance of the media to be trained on where to seek reliable sources of information and advice. …
A practical toolkit for young people who are passionate about advancing HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights in the post-2015 agenda through national advocacy.
Sexual and reproductive health encompasses health and well-being in matters related to sexual relations, pregnancies, and births. It deals with the most intimate and private aspects of people's lives, which can be difficult to write about and discuss publicly. As a result, the public misunderstands many sexual and reproductive health matters. In addition, cultural sensitivities and taboos surrounding sexuality often prevent people from seeking information and care and preclude governments from addressing the issues. …
This guide aims to bring together the latest available data on sexual and reproductive health for countries in the MENA region, to help journalists educate the public and make the case for policymakers that poor sexual and reproductive health contributes to social inequalities and hinders social and economic development.
The handbook provides tools and strategies that anyone can use to advocate for the reproductive rights of women and girls everywhere. The handbook begins with an explanation of the role of an advocate and then discusses general strategies and tools for reproductive rights advocacy in diverse settings around the world.
The manual offers guidelines for developing health and family planning print materials for illiterates and low-literate groups. The guide discusses a separate step in materials development process: target audiences; project planning; audience research; message development; guidelines for materials production; pretesting and revision; printing, distribution and training; and impact evaluation.
The handbook focuses on how you can work with media to draw attention to any issues aiming at social change. It outlines many techniques that you can use to reach your audiences and to build an effective media campaign: creating a media plan, developing links to the media, responding to reporter's questions, and being aware of the pitfalls.
The booklet introduces some basic rules and techniques of how to get the best out of the media: how to contact the media, writing a media release, difficulties in dealing with the media, etc.