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The following description is taken from the Executive Summary of the report.
The 2013 Young People and Sexting in Australia report presents the findings of a qualitative study of young people’s understandings of, and responses to, current Australian laws, media and educational resources that address sexting. While there are many definitions of sexting, for the purposes of this report we are referring to the production and distribution of naked or semi-naked photographs via mobile phones and social media.
"HACEY’s Health Initiative, also known as HACEY, is a Nigerian non-governmental organization founded in 2007 committed to empowering and supporting children, women and young people on health and environmental issues as it relates to them, and providing human capacity development to achieve a healthy and sustainable society."
HIV/AIDS is one of the core programming areas of HACEY's work.
This 2010 report by the Global Interagency Task Team on HIV and Young People, which covers the year ranges 2004–2010 and 2010–2015, analyzes the national AIDS strategic plans for 90 countries that are available at the UNAIDS Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland. The review and the analysis is done with a focus on the priority area on empowering young people to protect themselves from HIV.
In recent years social networking sites (SNSs) have grown rapidly in popularity. The popularity of these sites, along with their interactive functions, offer a novel environment in which to deliver health promotion messages. The aim of this paper is to examine the extent to which SNSs are currently being used for sexual health promotion and describe the breadth of these activities.
This briefing is a summary of the key findings from an on-line survey that was carried out by the Sex Education Forum from March–May 2011 to get an up-to-date picture from young people about HIV and AIDS education.
The aims of this qualitative study, carried out in 2010, were twofold. The first was to explore and document the psychosocial, sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs of adolescents (10-19) living with HIV in Zambia. The second aim was to identify gaps between these needs and existing SRH and HIV-related initiatives and services currently available to young people. Funding for the study was through the International HIV/AIDS Alliance Africa Regional Programme (ARP), with financial support from the Swedish development agency (Sida).
The Durex Network’s 2010 Face of Global Sex report focuses on 15 European countries and examines the sexual health knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) of young people in these countries. It explores differences in levels of KAP and whether they can be explained by age, gender, age at first sex education, country or region of residence, source of sex education or relationship status.
The main research question addressed by this study is: What is the level of positive reproductive health knowledge, attitudes and practices among European young people aged 15 to 20 years?