EATG, ESWA and Legebitra launch youth activist toolbox to support online peer-training

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European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG), European Sex Workers rights Alliance (ESWA), and Legebitra launch today the e-MPOWER youth activist toolbox. The toolbox is presented in a webinar taking place today.


The e-MPOWER online youth activist toolbox is publicly available and contains materials related to the mental health, sexual health, and rights of people living with HIV, LGBTQI+ communities, and sex workers. It also includes e-MPOWER specific reports with recommendations for delivering online sexual health training, monitoring and evaluating of training content, and assessing the personal impact of such a training on participants and trainers in a way that is mindful of participant psychological well-being and digital safety.


The e-MPOWER toolbox is intended for youth advocates, volunteers, trainers, and those who work closely with youth, who want to deliver an online sexual health and rights training programme.


The project “Partnership to overcome challenges of online learning and to empower youth actors in the field of sexual health promotion in the COVID-19 era” (e-MPOWER) was an Erasmus+ funded collaboration between the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG), European Sex Workers rights Alliance (ESWA), and Legebitra.


e-MPOWER aimed to support youth activists to be able to deliver online peer-training sessions focused on the digital rights, and both the sexual and mental health of people living with HIV, sex workers, and LGBTQI+ communities.


Access to the toolbox



This project has been co-funded by the European Union’s ERASMUS+ programme under grant agreement No 008320.
The content of the project’s publications are solely the opinion of the author(s); The EU Commission and National Agency are not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
The outputs of the project are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence.


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