Sexualitet och identitet 1998-2000

Artiklene under dette temaet tar for seg mange tematikker knyttet til kjønn, seksualitet og identitet. Felles for de fleste er imidlertid at de benytter seg av poststrukturalistiske eller konstruktivistiske tilnærminger. De bygger på en forståelse av at seksualitet og identitet er noe som forhandles i sosio-kulturelle handlingsrom. Artiklene du kan lese her, ble til i etterkant av NIKKs forskningsprosjekt ”Living for Tomorrow” (1998-2000).  Det var et prosjekt om ungdom, seksuell helse og kulturelle landskap med henblikk på kjønn og seksualitet i Norden, Baltikum og Nordvest-Russland. ”Living for Tomorrow” ble utviklet i samarbeid med Senteret for AIDS-forebygging i Tallin, med sikte på å begrense økningen i antall HIV-smittede. Projektet havde til formål at udvikle bevidsthed om seksuel sundhed og sikker seksuel adfærd blandt unge med specielt fokus på køn og aktive læreprocesser.

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Gendering Prevention Practices. A practical guide to working with gender in sexual safety and HIV/AIDS awareness education (2003)
Jill Lewis

This manual lays out eight sessions, each with an array of diverse learning activities, for capacity building to help participants grasp the implications of working with gender in HIV prevention. The session themes are: Perceptions of gender, Ways of Understanding Gender, Key aspects of Gender for HIV prevention, Sex as a Gendered Activity, Gender and HIV, Embodying Change, A Sense of Working Together, Reviewing Gender issues in Context.

 

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Mobilising Gender Issues: Report from the Living for Tomorrow Project on youth, gender and HIV/AIDS prevention (2002)
by Jill Lewis

This is an overview of what this gender-focused, youth HIV prevention project undertook, the concerns it had to consider, and what issues it had to navigate. It discusses wider and more specific challenges faced in developing a strong educational focus on gender issues; describes the implementation of different stages and dimensions of the work – its vision, planning, building, designing and different actions undertaken to achieve its ends. It discusses outcomes and learning processes that came into focus. Appendices include documents used in project, that illustrate concrete strategies (Capacity Building, Youth Workshops, evaluation etc.).

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Challenging Gender Issues: report on findings from the Living for Tomorrow project about young men’s and young women’s attitudes to men, women and sex (2001)

Jill Lewis og Stephen Clift

This analyses and discusses research feedback about teenagers’ ways of thinking about gender in their society, how they perceive sexual relations / behaviours to be ”gendered” and perceptions of gender and risk behaviours. The data is Estonian, but the questions raised, and the educational challenges posed relate to young people in any society and would be useful reading for those involved in sexual safety and health education with young people.

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How to Bridge the Gap between Us? Gender and Sexual Safety, NIKK & the Living for Tomorrow NGO (2000)

A booklet and vocabulary in Estonian, Russian and English languages written and illustrated by Estonian and Russian teenagers in the Living for Tomorrow project. This is NOT a ”know-how” booklet. It is a tool, made by young people themselves, working together crossing post-Soviet Russian/Estonian divides, that aims to provoke discussion among other young people. It doesn’t provide answers, but wants to stimulate questions about attitudes to men and women, and to give some bits of practical information about some aspects of sexual safety that these young people chose to prioritise – that they consider urgent concerns for today’s young people to live safer tomorrows.

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