SRH Serbia aims to improve people’s quality of life by providing and campaigning for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) through advocacy and services, especially for poor and vulnerable people.

Sexual and reproductive Health&Rights

Today, some 1.2 billion adolescents (aged 10-19 years) make up 16 percent of the world’s population. Access to quality sexual and reproductive health services (SRHR) and information is essential to protect their health and their ability to plan their lives. Yet around the world, harmful social norms, gender stereotypes, power imbalances, perceived need to control female sexuality and other inequalities make accessing information and services challenging, if not impossible for adolescents, especially girls.

Comprehensive sexuality education

The right of access to comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is grounded in fundamental human rights and is a means to empower young people to protect their health, well-being and dignity.

Engagement of young people

Meaningful adolescent and youth engagement is an inclusive, intentional, mutually-respectful partnership between adolescents, youth, and adults whereby power is shared, respective contributions are valued, and young people’s ideas, perspectives, skills, and strengths are integrated into the design and delivery of programs, strategies, policies, funding mechanisms, and organizations that affect their lives and their communities, countries, and world.

Sexual and gender-based violence

GBV is violence directed against a person because of that person’s gender or violence that affects persons of a particular gender disproportionately.

Theatre based education

The ground-breaking Theatre in Education (TiE) movement was first pioneered by the Belgrade Coventry in 1965, as a way to use theatre and drama to create a range of learning opportunities for young people. The title itself derives from Serbian capital Belgrade and is directly connected to the donation of wooden construction used to create a hall of 858 seats.

Framing SRHR future narratives

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Adverse SRHR Effects of Trafficking in human beings

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Monitoring & Evaluation & Learning

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Rights based approach

A rights based approach combines human rights, development and social activism to promote justice, equality and freedom. Key to this approach is that it holds powerful people and institutions accountable for their responsibilities to those of less power and supports the less powerful to claim their rights.