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Launch of the Report 'Young People and the Law'

Join the launch of ‘Young People and the Law Report: 2020 Update’ on Monday, 5th April 2021 at (13:00 pm BKK time) to discuss recent legal and policy trends and developments affecting the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people in Asia and the Pacific. Register click here

Call for Application for Rainbow Advocacy Program (RAP) 2021 – 2022

The training program is visionary as well as very unique in its approach to combining both the human rights and the development frameworks. In the survey carried out during the pre-study, almost 70% of the respondents suggested including SDGs as part of the course content. They emphasized on merging the tried and tested human rights mechanisms with the potential of the SDGs to push for LGBTIQ rights globally. More info

Webinar: Being Queer Asian

Online discussion featuring global community groups and queer activists. How do queer Asians champion LGBT equality in the context of development in the West and the recent progress in the East? Register here


Global Network of People living with HIV (GNP+), International Community of Women Living with HIV and Y+ Global have opened a second call for applications to encourage people living with #HIV to join the #BeyondLIVING Life Force as part of an ongoing process to build leadership and capacity of people living with HIV. 

They are looking for fresh voices to help shape the Beyond LIVING progress - to create and deliver a road map for their collective advocacy journey towards 2030.  Find out more click here

Young people leading the COVID-19 response

Young people remain active in the COVID-19 response, working with young key populations and young people living with HIV across Asia-Pacific. More info visit

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