KIT Royal Tropical Institute is accepting applications for two summer courses:
– Monitoring and Evaluation from August 20-31 (click here for more information)
– Mapping for health from June 25-July 6 (click here for more information)
These advanced courses equip practitioners with up to date knowledge and tools for M&E and the analysis of routine program... more»
As already pre-announced earlier, the Amsterdam Youth Force in cooperation with the PACT is launching a digital consultation in the run-up to AIDS2018.
We now have the English version of the consultation questionnaire online and ready to be spread! You can access it via this link and we encourage you all to fill it out and spread it in your networks. French, Arabic, Russian and Spanish... more»
Sex Education journal is pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue of the journal on the topic of Sex, Sexuality and Education in South Africa.
In South Africa, young people’s sexuality remains highly problematised in relation to gender/sexual violence, homophobia, unwanted teenage pregnancy, sugar daddies, HIV and the unfair burden facing young women and girls in... more»
On the 12th of October 2017, Share-Net Netherlands members met with representatives from Marie Stopes International in The Hague.
MSI Activities & Strategies
The meeting started with MSI giving an overview of their activities and current strategy. Marie Stopes International was founded in 1976 to provide the contraception and safe abortion services that give women and girls a choice. MSI... more»
How can we include men, women, youngsters and children with disabilities in SRHR programmes? And how can we include SRHR in disability-specific programmes? ‘Leave no one behind’ is a central principle of the SDG’s, but challenges at implementation level are still
Therefore, the Dutch Coalition of Disability and Development (DCDD) – a coalition of twelve organisations – is... more»
Share-Net Netherlands kindly invites you to the 6th annual meeting “Linking Research, Policy and Practice – Students and NGOs”. This meeting will bring together policymakers, practitioners and researchers working on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in international development and students who have finalized, or who are interested to conduct, their Master’s... more»
Share-Net International, the Knowledge Platform for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aims to ensure that knowledge relevant for achieving improved SRHR is identified, shared, generated and used to achieve international development goals.
Alongside a research programme, coordinated through NWO/WOTRO in three focus countries (Bangladesh,... more»
The Knowledge Platform on the SRHR and HIV (Share-Net international), in its vision, works toward making a visible difference in closing the gap between knowledge, policy and practice in the field of SRHR and HIV with particular reference to: 1) Better information and greater freedom of choice for young people about their sexuality; 2) improved access to reproductive Health (RH) commodities; 3)... more»
Blog Post by Marike Hermens
“The hardest thing to change in a society is what is considered normal”, a quote Brigitte Obertop was told by Mozambican
women. On the 8th of December Share-Net Netherlands, together with Oxfam Novib, RNW Media and Simavi, organized an Expert Meeting focusing on addressing social norms to eradicate gender-based violence (GBV).
An inspiring day-long event hosted... more»