Intersectionality Training


Short summary

This training is a workshop on value clarification around intersectionality and sexuality to empower diverse young people to become effective advocates for social change around young people’s SRHR.

What capacity strengthening support can we provide on this topic?

ARROW’s interSEXionality trainings and workshop aims to provide interested civil society members, individuals  including young people in all their diversity, the resources to understand and address SRHR issues  from an affirmative, rights-based, and intersectional perspectives. Over the past few years, ARROW has been providing  such training face-to-face in the country and regional level.  

What could the CS support we offer look like?

It would be a 3 day training (online or physical)

What tools are available?

●        InterSEXionality: A Facilitator’s Guide and our work on intersectionality accessible at

What languages can this CS support be provided in?

• English Urdu/Hindi (on request) Bengali (on request) Bahasa, Indonesia (on request) Nepali (on request)

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