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All of us, in all our diversity and diverse roles as programme implementers, policy makers, researchers, community leaders, parents, siblings and more, need to pay attention and listen to the diverse voices of young people. We must ensure that in all the work we do, we are actively engaging young people in assessing, designing, innovating and monitoring programmes that are meant for them. This workshop involves young people who play different roles in HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) programming and advocacy and aims to provoke self-reflection for all who attend about how we can more effectively recognize and practically support the leadership of young people.

14:30
THWS1001
Welcome and introduction
Jacquelyne Alesi, Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV, Uganda
14:40
THWS1002
What roles do young people play in HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights programming?
Cédric Nininahazwe, Réseau National de Jeunes Vivant avec le VIH (RNJ+), Burundi
15:25
THWS1003
Films: youth voices
Jacquelyne Alesi, Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV, Uganda
15:40
THWS1004
Real Talk: What does it take to support you in your roles? What are the challenges? What has helped?
Georgina Caswell, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, South Africa
16:00
THWS1005
Hard Talk: What does it take organisations to support the leadership of young people?
Georgina Caswell, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, South Africa
16:30
THWS1006
Top strategies for meaningful youth participation
Cédric Nininahazwe, Réseau National de Jeunes Vivant avec le VIH (RNJ+), Burundi
16:50
THWS1007
Sharing Aiming High tool and concluding remarks
Jacquelyne Alesi, Uganda Network of Young People Living with HIV, Uganda
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