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Communicating for advocacy [whole issue]

HEALTH ACTION INFORMATION NETWORK (HAIN)
2004

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This issue of Health Alert was conceptualized as an offshoot of the Communicating for Advocacy (CfA) Project of Healthlink Worldwide together with its partner organisations in Asia, including HAIN-Philippines. It features articles showing the importance of advocacy in NGO activities to influence polices and advance their cause. It presents some of the basic concepts in advocacy and working with the media. It particularly features the advocacy work and experiences of some of the CfA partner organisations in Sri Lanka (advocacy project on rational drug use), Cambodia (use of radio and soap opera to promote SRH), Bangladesh (advocacy on disability issues) and the Philippines (advocacy project of the Save the Abra River Movement)

Edutainment for development and sexual health [whole issue]

2002

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This issue of Sexual Health Exchange includes articles on performance art / theatre for development projects in 12 countries. The diverse projects described tend to focus on social change as well as behaviour change communications, and range from peer education projects to edu-clowns to mass-media soap operas

Rock y roles masculinos : usando la tecnología y la música para enseñarles a los hombres jóvenes sobre los papeles masculinos y la salud sexual y reproductiva|Rock and male roles : using technology and music to teach young men about gender roles and

2001

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A summary and review of a CD-ROM produced by APROFA - International Planned Parenthood, Western Hemisphere Region's affiliate in Chile. They developed 'Rock and Male Roles' to allow young men to explore their attitudes toward and behaviours around gender and sexual and reproductive health. The music video on the multi-educational CD-ROM is a visual representation of the struggle of young men to look critically at gender and how it influences their sexual and reproductive health. Utilising photos, reference documents, self-tests and MTV-style music videos, it serves to interact with and engage young men and encourage them to explore their attitudes and behaviours about these issues

KC team : speak your world

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This website has health and development stories from Key Correspondents (KC) as well as tips about writing and posting stories. The KC Team is a vibrant network of more than 250 citizen journalists, from all walks of life, based in over 50 countries. They write about health and development issues affecting them and their communities and in doing so, ‘speak their world’. A large number are people living with HIV, TB or other health conditions. Together they help document local realities and give a voice to the voiceless. The aims of the KC Team are to: * Train and empower community voices by developing writing skills, critical analysis of information and advocacy reporting; * Increase people’s awareness of local/international HIV/AIDS/TB and other health issues by publishing KC articles through a range of multimedia platforms and supporting KCs with media outreach; * Enable grassroots involvement in national strategies on HIV/TB and health by documenting issues, producing policy briefs and publicising recommendations from KC stories; and * Document and publish local issues locally and globally through KC reporting of global, regional and national conferences and events. To become a Key Correspondent, register on the website

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