Breaking Silence: Gendered and Sexual Identities and HIV/AIDS and Education, UNICEF 2003.
Young peoples' perceptions and experiences of Gender, Sexuality, and HIV/AIDS in Education were collected from seven countries: Botswana, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The life skills education programme emerging from this study aims at effective prevention and mitigation of the impact of HIV/AIDS in education systems.
HIV/AIDS Education: A Gender Perspective, Tips and Tools. UNICEF, 2002.
The booklet provides a set of training materials intended for teachers and other educators in formal or non-formal settings. The critical need for educators to understand gender and HIV/AIDS issues is a central theme, and assisting them to apply a gender analysis to classroom materials, strategies, and methodologies is the main objective.
English - HIV/AIDS Education: A Gender Perspective
French - HIV/AIDS Education: A Gender Perspective
Spanish - HIV/AIDS Education: A Gender Perspective
Gender, HIV and Human Rights: A training manual. UNIFEM, 2000.
Gender, HIV and Human Rights: A training manual (external link) is intended to help trainers understand the gender dimensions of HIV/AIDS. Includes training modules on Gender Concerns in HIV and Development, and Gender and HIV: A Human Rights Approach.
Gender and Relationships: A practical action kit for young people. The Commonwealth Secretariat, 2001.
This kit is designed to help peer educators and adults working with young people to integrate gender issues into sexual and reproductive health programmes.
Gender and Relationships - cover page
Gender and Relationships - Unit 1
Gender and Relationships - Unit 2
Gender and Relationships - Unit 3
Gender and Relationships - Unit 4
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