AmplifyChange (agreement administered by Mannion Daniels Ltd)

The AmplifyChange fund aims to empower young people, men and women, to realise their sexual and reproductive rights. Their vision is to help to secure universal recognition of sexual and reproductive health and rights as human rights, enabling women, men and young people to realise their full potential in safe and supportive environments. They provide support to civil society and community-based groups working in countries where the needs are greatest, in particular Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. AmplifyChange provides grants to directly fund local civil society organisations (CSOs) that advocate for and promote better policy and action on neglected sexual and reproductive health and rights issues. AmplifyChange is a collaborative initiative supported by Danida – the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, ViiV Healthcare, Norad – the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, and the government of the United Kingdom.

Work supported:

  • Expanding the EROTICS network in South Asia (2018-2020)

  • Building EROTICS networks in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka (2015-2018)

Link: https://amplifychange.org/

Building EROTICS Networks in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka
Building EROTICS Networks in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka 25 April 2016

Building on a strong pre-existing coalition, this project will strengthen the participation of an already participating country (India, with active network member Point of View), and bring in new actors from two new countries:  Sri Lanka, with Women and Media Collective, and Nepal, with LOOM.

GISWatch 2015 – Sexual rights and the internet: Launching on 12 November!
GISWatch 2015 – Sexual rights and the internet: Launching on 12 November! 02 November 2015 Leila Nachawati Rego

How does the politics of sex and sexual rights activism take place online? How are generally accepted sexual identities, as well as marginalised sexualities, expressed, regulated and moralised on the internet? These are some of the questions that this year’s edition of the Global Information Society Watch report (GISWatch 2015) aims to respond to.    

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