Only three days left for 10DOA but the spirit of activism is at its top all over the world.We are sure that you all look forward to reading about the amazing activitis lead by Y-PEER national networks.
Y-PEER Bulgaria organized a peer educators training for the BRCY Shumen volunteers. Through theatre-based techniques the educators made the 30 volunteers take part in different unexpected situations of outreach work. They were put in the shoes of LGBT people, Roma people, MSM and Sex workers. The aim of the exercise is to promote tolerance and Zero discrimination and also guide peers toward the adequate behavior to adopt in outreach and proximity work with key populations
ChinaY-PEER China also organized a peer education training in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, facilitated by Red Cross Association and 02 peers and targeted 12 participants. The main topic of this peer education was about Key population especially MSM and promotion of safe sex , in order to change attitudes of participants toward MSM.Y-PEER China also organized an online activity on weibo on “Education”. This activity is about research on SRHR education in the United States.
JordanY-PEER Jordan organized a dialogue session that lasted 2 hours between a group of 10 active volunteers and a panel of speakers that consisted of governmental body (Higher Youth Council), an organization for youth development, UNFPA/Y-PEER, and a lawyer to discuss opportunities they provide for volunteersInteractive theater : This activity took place at a well- known theater in Amman called al Balad theater, where messages on stigma were delivered through interactive theatre. The team is called "sketshow". Brochures were distributed and reached more than 150 persons.
MoldovaY-PEER Moldova organized a film The proposed movie was "Juno" Nisporeni. Young people learned what can happen if they have a risky behavior and also they learned from movie’s main characters that we have to take responsibility and act respectively.
Y-PEER Mongolia organized an activity on creating recommendation/information sharing paper. Based on discussions with more than 200 students from High school and suggestions made by the participants of the “The world we want” debating competition for the post 2015 and the decision makers . Also Y-PEERians organized the “silent parade” and “Drama competition” with the club members. Those activities attracted youth from Darkhan city and Dornod province.Drama competition was held in Dornod province with the total of 60 students on the theme of sexual and reproductive health, discrimination, gender, minority rights. In Darkhan city, more than 100 students walking holding promotion material on STIs, HIV/AIDS as well as message boards to give respect for the ones who have lost their life within the city downtown.
“Relationship and Love” newspaper dedicated one full page for Y-PEER and 10 days of activism. More than 18000 pieces were distributed, reaching all public