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  1. Faces: How I survived being bullied

    Launched in 2017 by Japan’s public broadcaster NHK, FACES: How I Survived being Bullied is an international project led by a group of public media organizations which aims to fight against bullying on a global scale. This vast collection features 2-minute testimonies of bullying from all over the world. Bullying is a social problem in every culture, but if we come together and share our experiences, we can attain an objective view of the current state of the problem which is the first step in designing a solution.

  2. Radio script for drug and substance abuse (Level 3 : Title of programme: drug and substance abuse among youth in Kenya

    The radio script is a departure from the usual kind of radio lessons in the life-skills programme. Here in a panel discussion, a team of people, including four young people and a medical expert, are brought together to discuss the various issues that form the themes of this material. The script can be used at all three levels, although you will want to emphasise different aspects of it at each level. It focuses on drug abuse, alcohol abuse and the effects of peer pressure. …

  3. Health literacy and behaviour change among adolescents in Kibera, Nairobi-Kenya : student artworks

    UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa in partnership with the Ministry of Education (MoE), and with the support of Government of Azerbaijan implemented a project on “Health literacy and behavior change practices among adolescent girls in the Kibera informal settlement” (2014-2016). …

  4. School-related gender-based violence webinar

    This webinar explored tools and approaches for preventing, measuring, monitoring and responding to school-related gender-based violence, based on evidence and country experience.

  5. 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence Campaign: Bullying at school

    Educational institutions are places where learners, regardless of their age, gender, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation, are expected to be safe. They are also spaces with a huge potential to create social change.

  6. Young people today: Time to Act Now

    This initiative brings together policy makers, young people and civil society to strengthen sexuality education and reproductive and sexual health services in eastern and southern Africa. By having adequate access to these services, young people are empowered to make their own decisions about their health, preventing HIV/AIDS and unexpected pregnancies. …

  7. TeachAIDS educator handbook: A comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention curriculum

    This educator handbook contains supplemental educational materials and activities for HIV and AIDS prevention. It is designed for use with all versions of the TeachAIDS animations.

  8. HIV prevention education tutorial (India - female version)

    This animated tutorial is a female pliot version that has been designed for the English speaking population in India. It is formally approved by the Indian National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), and is being distributed in India. All formats available for free download at: http://teachaids.org/software.

  9. HIV prevention education tutorial (India - male version)

    These animated tutorials are male pliot versions that has been designed for the English and Hindi speaking populations in India. They are formally approved by the Indian National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), and are being distributed in India. All formats available for free download at: http://teachaids.org/software.

  10. HIV prevention education tutorial (North America - English)

    This animated tutorial is a pliot version that has been designed for the English speaking population in North America. All formats available for free download at: http://teachaids.org/software.

  11. Prevention is better than no cure. HIV prevention tutorial (India - Female version)

    These animated tutorials have been designed for the English and Telugu speaking populations in India. They are formally approved by the Indian National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), and are being distributed in India. The Telugu versions are formally approved by the Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (APSACS), and are being distributed in Andhra Pradesh. The English female version features the voices and likenesses of cultural icons Shabana Azmi and Shruti Haasan. …

  12. Prevention of HIV: it begins with me. HIV prevention tutorial (Botswana - Female version)

    These animated tutorials have been designed for the English and Setswana speaking populations in Botswana and neighboring African countries. They are formally approved by the Botswana Ministry of Education and Skills Development, and are being distributed in partnership with UNICEF throughout Botswana. This female version features the voices of cultural icons Oratile "Jazzelle" Kebakile and Thato "Tref" Maruping as the doctor and student. All formats available for free download at: http://teachaids.org/software. …

  13. Prevention of HIV: it begins with me. HIV prevention tutorial (Botswana - male version)

    These animated tutorials have been designed for the English and Setswana speaking populations in Botswana and neighboring African countries. They are formally approved by the Botswana Ministry of Education and Skills Development, and are being distributed in partnership with UNICEF throughout Botswana. This male version features the voices of cultural icons Thato "Scar" Mathabaphiri and Game "Zeus" Bantsi as the doctor and student. …

  14. Courage and Hope. African teachers living positively with HIV

    122,000 teachers in sub-Saharan Africa are estimated to be living with HIV, most of who do not know their status. Stigma remains their greatest challenge. In 2007, a network of African journalists compiled a book entitled “Courage and Hope” telling the first-hand stories of African teachers who are HIV positive and living healthy, active lives as teachers. This film shows some of the stories those journalists discovered. The teachers went through stigma and discrimination and each used their experience to teach a new generation of teachers, what it means to live positively.

  15. Embrace diversity in school: say no to HIV-related stigma and other forms of discrimination

    What are the challenges an HIV positive student is facing at school? What other forms of prejudice and associated intolerance a student may be encountering? This 4-minute video produced by UNESCO, and supported by UNAIDS, gathers testimonies of young people who suffered from bullying and discrimination in the school environment because of who they are. Bringing into light the real life experiences of HIV-positive, gay, lesbian, overweight and pregnant students helps break the silence often surrounding these issues. …

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