Using Participatory Media to Explore Gender Relations and HIV/AIDS Amongst South African Youth: The Example of DramAidE PDF Print E-mail

AUTHOR: P. Botha and E. Durden
DATE: 2004


Prepared for the UNESCO Institute for Education workshop "Learning and Empowerment: Key Issues in Strategies for HIV/AIDS Prevention" (Chiangmai, Thailand, March 2004), this 25-page report explores and evaluates the work of the South African organization DramAidE. Established in 1992, DramAidE (Drama in AIDS Education) uses drama, peer education, and participatory media development in an effort to critically engage young people to communicate effectively about issues relating to sex, sexuality, and HIV/AIDS.


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