We are sharing a new activity by our partners The PACT Coalition and UNESCO who are looking to create some resources for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) youth advocates working in restrictive environments. We have put together this survey to gather your experiences and ideas on what these resources should include. Please feel free to go into as much detail as you like on any of the questions. Any extra thoughts or suggestions are much appreciated and there is a text box at the bottom of the survey for any extra comments.
If you have any questions or follow up inquiries or would like to be involved in the project please contact Renata at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the link to the Survey => https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezprNmcYM_TZT5110WnAu-qpEA-OsPNoZBweUdYp6IXQH8Xg/viewform
We are putting together this project in response to increasingly hostile attitudes towards Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and CSE in different spaces, globally and domestically. And at the request of youth advocates who are now facing more opposition to their work. When we say ‘restrictive environments’ we mean any type of attitude or behaviour perceived as restrictive that affects your ability to undertake CSE advocacy. This might include parental consent laws, government opposition, or public stigma and negative attitudes. More examples are included in the survey below. These restrictions might affect your whole country or just certain areas or activities.
Please note many of the questions in this survey are of a sensitive nature. Your answers will be handled in a confidential manner and any identifying features will be removed before they are used. Information submitted will only be used for the project described and will not be shared with any other organisations.Use in the project may include: anonymous quotes, exerts or statistics with identifying features removed or as background guidance for the authors. If you are happy to provide information but do not want it quoted or paraphrased please say so.