Écrit par Katie Northcott, AmplifyChange
Le contenu de ce tutoriel s’est inspiré du Guide How to Talk about Abortion: A Guide to Rights-Based Messaging d’International Planned Parenthood Federation. Vous pouvez visionner ici la vidéo d’accompagnement.
Les autres sources utilisées pour développer ce tutoriel sont:
Freshwater Action Network, Advocacy Communications: A Handbook for ANEW Members
FENTON Communications, 9 Laws of Successful Advocacy Communication
Women Help Women, Speaking about self-managed abortion with pill: A practical guide
International Planned Parenthood Federation, Youth messaging checklist: Dos and don’ts in information, education and communication materials
International Planned Parenthood Federation, How to report on abortion – A guide for journalists, editors and media outlets
Hesperian Health Guides, Health Actions for Women – Building a Women’s Health Movement: Creating a Communications Strategy
Images of Empowerment (base de données d’images positives du monde entier)
Le Center for Reproductive Rights a publié une série de documents sur le langage des publications des organes de l’ONU chargés des Droits, et la promotion des droits reproductifs :
Katie is a Technical Performance Manager at AmplifyChange. At her previous work at Population Institute, she conducted analysis for a wide-scale report on demographic vulnerability, as well as managed the organisation’s social media channels.
As a Community Health Peace Corps volunteer in Burkina Faso, she implemented youth sexual health programs and supported maternal health and family planning outreach services. She worked with non-profit organisations in the U.S. advocating for women’s rights in the fields of abortion access, domestic violence, and HIV/AIDS.
Katie’s experience at these organisations included social media management, street campaigning, and crafting messaging for publications, as well as the development of advocacy and media toolkits. Katie has a MSc in Population and Development from London School of Economics and a BA in Economics, African Studies, and French from Northwestern University.