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Sexuality Leadership Development Fellowship Programme 2013 (Jul 14-27 2013)

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Location: 

Lagos, Nigeria

The Africa Regional Sexuality Resource Centre announces the tenth edition of its annual Sexuality Leadership Development Fellowship Programme. The two-week residential course will address contemporary issues and emerging best practices in policy and programming for sexual well-being in Africa. The curriculum will focus on sexuality, sexual health and rights, sexual diversity, pleasure, HIV/AIDS and vulnerabilities, gender, and violence against women.
The objectives of the fellowship programme are to:

  • provide exposure to cutting-edge conceptual, theoretical and programming issues in sexuality, sexual health, and sexual rights;
  • create a better understanding of the interaction between sexuality, development, and social justice; and
  • facilitate the development of leadership, teamwork, public speaking, and advocacy skills to advance sexual well-being within communities.

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Registration information:
Deadline for application: April 30, 2013. This course is designed for young professionals in public service, civil society activists, and programme officers/ managers in health and social development organisations including media practitioners. Applicants should be aged 35 years or below. Minimum educational qualification required is a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent and demonstrable experience/interest in the area of sexuality, sexual health, and rights. The course fee for the two-week programme is US$2,500.
Applicants are required to submit the following:

  • Current curriculum vitae
  • Copy of their highest educational qualification
  • Fully completed Application Form must be received by April 30, 2013.

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