Youth are increasingly a priority audience for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) projects around the world. But the role youth play in designing and implementing these interventions often varies, or is limited — and this can mean programs intended to affect positive changes in young people’s lives aren’t as effective as they could be. So what can we, as proactive youth and older SRH professionals, do?
Participate in answering this question and posing new ones in an online discussion from April 22-24, 2014. Young people and adults working in SRH programming are invited to share their ideas on SRH youth engagement.
To learn more about the event and register, click here: http://leadernet.org/youth-and-leadership-seminar/
To participate in the event, you must be a LeaderNet member, but sign-up is easy. Just go to leadernet.org, and click “Register” in the top right of the page.