To date there has been no systematic review of how laws and policies govern young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV information and services.
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"All young people have the right to live full and healthy lives. We have to prepare adolescents and young people for the reality of the contemporary world through appropriate education and skills".
Injecting drug use, sex work, sexual orientation, condom use are some of the issues explored in “Our Voices”, a social media campaign made by young people for young people in the Asia-Pacific region.
Although HIV risk among adolescents and young people is well-documented, there is still a need for better strategic information on young people at higher risk of HIV exposure.
Youth LEAD successfully conducted a Training of Trainers (TOT) for The New Generation (NewGen) Asia Leadership Short Course from 2 – 8 September 2012 at UNESCO Bangkok.
Thailand’s first National Seminar for men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender (TG) people in Bangkok provides an opportunity for stakeholders working on HIV and AIDS to share experience.
This video resource has been produced by the Standing Committee on Reproductive Health including HIV/AIDS (SCORA) within the International Federation of Medical Student's Associations.
UNESCO Office, Jakarta has introduced their latest publication, the poetry book titled “Universal Access and Human Rights" produced with funds from UNAIDS under the framework of EDUCAIDS.
This handy booklet provides essential information on ART for people who are already on treatment or planning to start soon, as well as for their friends, families and other care givers.
Performing arts around the world have traditionally been used not merely for entertainment, but also to convey essential messages, knowledge and skills. Movement, drama and dance can engage audiences.
New Generation Asia aims to develop the capacity of the next generation of young leaders from key populations to get their voices heard and their needs met in national and regional HIV programmes.
This publication aims to provide an overview of the situation regarding protection of the rights of sexual minorities in six countries in insular Southeast Asia.