Rewire.news, together with the physician Dr Diana Wu, answered some of the burning questions on access to abortion, and other SRHR-related issues during a pandemic. Read the entire article here.
Looking for free recourses on mental wellbeing during the pandemic? Teen Talks has you covered! They developed a fantastic free resource on youth mental wellness, that covers self-care suggestions, stress-reduction activities and hotlines for young people based in the Winnipeg area, Canada. You can access the document by clicking […]
Y- PEER PETRI works on building good governance: workshop about gender roles and gender-based violence
On 25th of June, members of the PETRI Sofia team, the EVS volunteers Viktoria Bondikjova and Angela Georgieva from North Macedonia organized a workshop with high school students in the school “St. Kiril and Metodiy” in Radomir. They presented the work of the Y –PEER-PETRI Sofia by promoting […]
Mental health is steadily becoming more and more of a topic that is addressed in everyday life. Schools are educating kids young, universities offer student support, and even workplaces are taking steps to become more mindful of promoting good mental health in the workplace.
We’ve all heard the statistic that 1 […]
When someone asks me why I am passionate about working against HIV/AIDS?
There is one answer: Because of Freddie
When I was teenager, when I found that Queen was sound of my soul and I used to listen their songs without stop, I was not informed about HIV/AIDS first thing that I […]
Over half of world’s population is under 30. Young people around the world are key agents of development and social change with high expectations for self-direction, freedom and opportunity. Fulfilling our rights and investing in our capabilities across multiple sectors such as education, skills development, employment and health, including SRH […]
NCPHA Bulgaria and the International Institute for Youth Development PETRI – Sofia designed an Online Manual “Role of Young People in Peacebuilding, Conflict Resolution, and Violent Extremism Prevention” as part of PETRI’s Annual Work Plan for 2017, funded by UNFPA EECARO.
The online manual contains video stories of young people and adolescents […]
By Antonina Lewandowska and Anna Szczegielniak
October 25th, 2015 was a lovely sunny day in Warsaw, Poland. Children played in the parks and adults relaxed outside, unzipping their jackets to feel the last rays of sunshine before the cold winter. You could almost say that it was […]
Y-PEER, the Youth Peer Education Network, becomes more and more popular in Turkmenistan by virtue of Y-PEER volunteers’ efforts in advocacy for peer education in the promotion of youth health, an effort which is supported by the UNFPA and national partners – the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan and the […]
According to data published by the UNFPA country office in Georgia, more than 25 000 girls are believed to have gone ‘missing’ between 1990 and 2010 as a result of gender-biased sex-selective abortion. Such a high number raises concerns regarding the prevalence of prenatal discrimination based on gender in […]