The ARROW Advocacy Institute is calling applications for young people in South East Asia.
The Institute will be participatory in nature and resource people will employ a variety of teaching methods. Readings related to sessions may be assigned in advance.
- Create an innovative space where young people can debate, discuss, and connect the SRHR concept to realities.
- Build the capacity of young people from Southeast Asia, especially in understanding the intersectional axes of SRHR with sexuality, trade, migration, conflict, climate change, food security and sovereignty, fundamentalisms, disability and the need for advocacy using a more integrated approach.
- Enable a common understanding of significant issues of sexual and reproductive health and rights that pertain to women and young people in the South East Asia region
- Movements (social justice, environment, women’s movement, democracy, sexuality) in the southeast Asian countries; what this means for geopolitics
- Gender wars, sexuality, and digital spaces
- Trade and economic policy, migration, labor, conflict-related migration
- Environmental justice, climate change, food security and poverty
- Fundamentalisms and rising intolerance
- In 2021, the AAI will focus on youth from South East Asia countries. You are eligible to apply if you are from one of these countries; Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
- Applicants must be between the ages of 19 to 35 years.
- Applicants must be working with civil society organizations.
- Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in the area of SRHR/gender/sexuality at a community or national or regional level.
- Applicants must be able to communicate in written and spoken English.
For more information, visit https://arrow.org.my/call-for-applications-arrow-advocacy-institute-aai/