News and Blogs
CHOICE in Geneva!
CHOICE goes to the 50th session of the Human Rights Council - read about the experience through the eyes of our Youth Advocate!READ
International Youth Day 2022!
HRC49 COVID-19 Recovery in Policy and Services
Panel discussion on the importance of robust public policies and services for the protection of economic, social and cultural rights in contributing to the COVID-19 pandemic recoveryREAD
Laura Bas appointed as new Youth Ambassador!
LESBIANS AND ABORTION and how queer liberation and reproductive justice (must) go together
Reproductive justice is a queer issue. You might think of achieving pregnancy, or legal parenthood for lesbian mothers. But abortion is also a queer issue, and must be treated as such.READ
Key Reflections from the CHOICE-EH Partnership and our MYP Journey So Far
Today, we share further learnings of our unique organizational Young Adult Partnership model, including initial results that we’ve achieved over the past 10 months of our journey, in an effort to be transparent and hold ourselves accountable to what we said we would do.READ
Statement at HRC47
Read our joint statement on youth, SRHR and COVID-19 at the 47th session of the Human Rights Council in July.READ
A New Path Towards Institutionalizing Meaningful Youth Participation
Most organizations who work with and for young people strive to genuinely involve young people in their work—after all ‘nothing about us, without us’ is a slogan we’ve heard time and time again. This serves as a reminder that if you want programs and policies targeted at young people to work, you must have youth’s full and meaningful participation. Although the intention is usually there, organizations often struggle with putting this into practice and forget to ask the question: How can organizations translate meaningful youth participation from an ideal into practice?READ
Sex Workers Rights are Human Rights
Meaningful Youth Participation Statement HRC46
Statement by CHOICE on Meaningful Youth ParticipationREAD
All young people worldwide should be able to explore, experience and express their sexualities in healthy, pleasurable and safe ways.