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Faces: How I survived being bullied

Launched in 2017 by Japan’s public broadcaster NHK, FACES: How I Survived being Bullied is an international project led by a group of public media organizations which aims to fight against bullying on a global scale.

Promoting Physical Activity in Schools: FRESH School Health and Nutrition Webinar

How do you integrate physical activity into school programs given the constraints of space and time? An opportunity to learn from Save the Children’s experience in the Americas.

Health, Personal, Social Development and Learning: The Possibilities, Pitfalls and the Practical: Next FRESH School Health and Nutrition Webinar

What is the scope of school-based and school-linked education and learning about health, life skills, social development and sustainable, equitable development? What are the many possible delivery methods in and out of schools, the pitfalls relating to the wide scope of this social role of schooling, as well as the practical realities and capacities of school systems in different contexts (low resource, high resource and conflict/disaster-affected)?

CSE panel discussion at the 2018 International AIDS Conference

"Easier said than done". What does it take for CSE to make a difference to young people's sexual and reproductive health? Join UNESCO at its panel discussion on comprehensive sexuality education at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam.

Consultancy opportunity: comprehensive sexuality education and school-related gender-based violence

UNESCO is seeking the technical services of a consultant to conduct an end of project evaluation on Strengthening global leadership on comprehensive sexuality education and promoting safe, gender-equitable learning environments.

Renewing the Health Promoting Schools Approach: Upcoming FRESH webinar

What is the WHO's strategy for Health Promoting Schools and how is that linked with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the WHO's 13th General Programme of Work? What learnings do the School for Health in Europe Network provide to fill gaps between policy and practice in high and low resource settings? What are the next steps for a renewed Health Promoting Schools Approach?

Menstrual Hygiene for Girls – A Cups Pilot and Trial from Western Kenya and New Measurement Approaches: Upcoming FRESH webinar

What are the results of a pilot feasibility study and follow-up trial from Kisumu, Western Kenya, testing the value of providing menstrual cups to school girls? What effect do menstrual-specific versus broader interventions have on adolescent girls’ sexual and reproductive health; school enrolment, retention, and attainment; and at what cost? What new tools are under development to assess the outcomes of menstrual health programming on girls' related self-efficacy, stress, and school participation?

Quantitative methods in monitoring and evaluating the delivery of comprehensive HIV and sexuality education (in French)

Promoting better health and well-being for all children and young people and supporting the contribution of national education sectors to ending AIDS are among the important UNESCO commitments towards achievement of the 2030 Agenda of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

WEBINAR : International technical guidance on sexuality education

The webinar will orient participants to the revised UN International technical guidance on sexuality education, highlighting the resource’s new and expanded content, informed by an updated review of evidence and accompanying review of teaching materials on sexuality education.

The relevance to school health of Volume 8 "Child and Adolescent Development" of the third edition of Disease Control Priorities. Upcoming FRESH webinar

The latest edition of the Disease Control Priorities (DCP 3) includes for the first time a volume on child and adolescent health and development. This proposes two essential packages, one specifically for school-age children. This webinar will explore the why, what and how of this proposition.


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