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Part 03

Modules and Activities

Part 03

Modules and Activities

Sex Positivity

●  9.1.     Theoretical background[1] A sex positive approach to sexuality People experience their sexuality in a very personal, unique and diverse manner. Sexuality entails one’s own sense of awareness, experience and expression of sexual orientation and […]

Gender-based Violence in different context

●  10.1.     Theoretical background Definition, causes, the different manifestations of GBV are already discussed under Module 4: ‘SGBV 101’. ●  10.2.     Non-formal education activities  on Sexual and Gender-based Violence in different contexts ●  10.3.     Links to additional resources and information ‘Gender […]

Intimate Partner Violence

●  11.1.     Theoretical background Intimate partner violence includes physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and controlling behaviours by an intimate partner who can be the current partner, the ex-partner or the person that the individual experiencing the […]

Sexual Violence

●  12.1.     Theoretical background: Sexual abuse is the coercing or the attempt to coerce unwanted, unsafe, or degrading sexual activity without consent. Sexual abuse includes, but is certainly not limited to unwanted and non-consensual kissing, grabbing, fondling; […]

Sex in the digital world

●  13.1. Theoretical background[1] What is Sexting? Sexting is sending and receiving sexual messages through new technologies such as your mobile phone, an app, social media, instant messaging or through webcam.[2] Like sex, sexting is an […]

Breaking the cycle of SGBV

To break the cycle of sexual and gender-based violence it is important that we do not to condone acts of violence, don’t make excuses for abusers and avoid victim-blaming. Most importantly, we cannot remain silent […]

Part 04

How do we know we have achieved our objectives?

A quick overview of monitoring and evaluation

Why was this toolkit developed? And how to navigate it?

This toolkit was envisioned and designed by young people, for young people. It was developed to reflect young people’s experiences and realities in relation to sexual and gender-based violence, making their voices heard, understood and valuable.