UNESCO officially launched the Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future (O3) Programme in Malawi in partnership with the Ministry of Science, Education and Technology and the Norwegian Embassy in Lilongwe on 10 October 2019. The launch culminated in the agreement signing ceremony between UNESCO and the Government of Norway to accelerate the O3 programme. The […]

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Infographie: Les jeunes aujourd’hui

[:en]Why do young people in Eastern and Southern Africa need sexuality education and sexual health services? Find out what issues young people are facing in terms of HIV, unintended pregnancy and education, and what changes need to be made to ensure a healthy future for all.[:]
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Discussing issues of sex and sexuality are a MUST for the religious community

[:en]Mr Yussuf Ayami, ZINGO, talks about how religious groups can engage in discussions around young people, sex and sexuality.[:]
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Our Voice: Kedibone Segonote

[:en]Kedibone Segonote – from loveLife, South Africa’s largest youth leadership, life skills and sexuality awareness program, talks about giving young people the opportunities and language to lead projects.[:]
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About Young People Today: Campaign and Report Launch (Long 15:26)

[:en]Highlights from the press and campaign launch of Young People Today, featuring opinions of a range of African health and education experts and views of young people on their right to education and health.[:]
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About Young People Today: Campaign and Report Launch (Short 3:11)

[:en]Highlights from the press and campaign launch of Young People Today, featuring opinions of a range of African health and education experts and views of young people on their right to education and health.[:]
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Our Voice: Phindile Sithole

[:en]Phindile Sithole talks about the concerns of the gap between policy and the knowledge of services young people are accessing.[:]