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Advocates for Youth is a nonprofit organization that works with young people to ensure reproductive and sexual health and rights, including comprehensive sex education; LGBT rights; HIV prevention, treatment, and destigmatization; and access to abortion care and birth control.
* Advocates for Youth. Creating Safe Space for GLBTQ Youth: A Toolkit.
(3) Advocates for Youth. Youth and unsafe abortion: A global snapshot.
SIECUS cosponsored this year's Summit with Advocates for Youth, Americans for Informed Democracy, and the Sierra Club.
Debra Hauser, president of Advocates for Youth, said public health professionals are key players in ensuring that the standards help guide sexuality education.
Allen, a wife, mother and new grandmother, advocates for youth in the court system, and for others in need of assistance, including Our Father's House in Fitchburg, Boys and Girls Club of North Worcester County, the Leominster Council on Aging and the Leominster Multi-Service Center.
He advocates for youth from both sides to stay at peace with each other so that the upcoming general election can be contested as the battlefield for victory for New Sudan.
group Advocates for Youth. "We adults tell them not to have sex until they're married, and never mind that none of us ever followed that advice."
Caption: FLORIDA YOUTH SHINE, an organization of former foster care residents who work as advocates for youth transitioning from foster care to successful adulthood, converged on Tallahassee from points all over the state to educate legislators and urge passage of two bills aimed at easing access to school and personal records on behalf of children now in foster care.
Shannon A, Advocating for Adolescent Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa, Advocates for Youth, 1998 Washington D.C
Credit for the change belongs in part to the educational campaigns that were launched beginning in the 1980s and 1990s, states James Wagoner, president of the Washington-based Advocates for Youth.
James Wagoner, president of Advocates for Youth, a progressive sex education advocacy group, told USA Today that the administration had "stepped over the line of common sense.
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