Friday, December 7, 2007

Fresh Focus: A Sex-Ed Digital Video Contest

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Advocates for Youth (AFY), Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc. (ISIS), SFSU's National Sexuality Resource Center (NSRC), RH Reality Check, and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) announce the launch of Fresh Focus: Sex-Ed Digital Video Contest, a contest for people ages 15 to 30 to highlight youth voices in the national dialogue on sexuality education.

"While the debate about the need for comprehensive sexuality education rages, millions of young people in this country are left without the information and education that can help them to live healthy lives," said Amie Newman of RH Reality Check. "We are asking youth around the country to use their voices - and a video camera - for change within their communities."

Young people are invited to submit new digital videos showing how they envision the sex ed experience. Content of the video can cover:
1) Your sex ed experience so far, the good and the bad AND/OR
2) New delivery models for comprehensive sex education (cell phones, Internet, console games, robots, etc.).

Click here for more information.

P.S . Don't you think this post goes well with the previous one?

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