ITPC and ARASA are proud to announce the release of What Works for Us – Youth-led Advocacy for DSD in French! First launched in English in November 2018, the toolkit seeks to equip young activists with the knowledge and skills they need to demand differentiated service delivery (DSD) in their communities.
The chapter emphasizes how differentiated service delivery (DSD) can address the needs of adolescents and young people. Successful advocacy strategies are described to empower adolescents and young people to ask for what works for them.
The chapter is available as a stand-alone resource, as well as a part of the complete Activist Toolkit on Differentiated Service Delivery. Both are available in both English and French.
It is more critical than ever to reach adolescents and young people with better information, improved services
Download the report What Works for Us – Youth-led Advocacy for DSD (PDF, 1.6MB)