Category Archives: Youth Advocacy Institute

Youth CANN- ASAP 5th Youth Advocacy Institute Nepal

We are celebrating a wonderful milestone this week ! ASAP’s 5th Youth Advocacy Institute and the first ever being led by a Youth Champions country network started today in Kathmandu, Nepal. The amazing team of Youth CANN has planned and … Continue reading

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Creating Creative and Secure Content

Getting my tweeps to follow! Navigating Twitter Facilitator Nadine Moawad from the Association of Progressive Communications started day 4 of #ASAPYAI by giving the group some tips on how to build an audience on Twitter. She shared that people are more … Continue reading

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Getting Noticed…. Online!!!

SAY WHAT? Chinese whispers and the Communication Loop Participants played a round of Chinese whispers and quickly realized how easily a message can easily be distorted within a small group of recipients and that what the sender wants to convey is … Continue reading

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Learning hands-on!

Day 2 of ASAP’s Safe Abortion Advocacy Institute #ASAPYAI for #YouthChampions had several hands-on learning activities for participants. Shreejana Bajracharya, our Youth Champion from Nepal led a session on understanding reproduction and contraception in the context of safe abortion. Participants played … Continue reading

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Taking off the Gender Lens

Participants from eleven countries across the Asia-Pacific region launched into day 1 of ASAP’s Safe Abortion Advocacy Institute for Youth Champions by looking at gender construction, gender myths and resultant discrimination against women.  GENDER BENDERS: How do gender roles emerge? Facilitator, Manisha … Continue reading

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