SPOT on! Virtual event Saturday 21 November 2020

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The SPOT Community Project is a movement in Malaysia, created for girls by girls, focusing on providing Comprehensive Sexuality Education. The SPOT programmes encourage young women to develop a positive attitude towards sexual and reproductive health. They also aim to develop skills to further their personal and social development.

SPOT is a Soroptimist International Club of Petaling Jaya (SIPJ) project. It is designed to help contribute to international conventions, by helping to provide education as a human right, advancing equality and advancing the status of women.

Online event Saturday 21 November

We have been busy finding new ways to collaborate and deliver our programmes given this new crazy times. We will be hosting a one day online event on 21 November, featuring our stakeholders and subject matter experts. Calling and inviting YOU to join us as we share with you useful and important information on puberty and reproductive health and well-being in conjunction with the World Children’s Day.

Which topics will we bring to you?

We bring you the SPOT Goes Online virtual event, featuring 10 useful talks for young people and parents. The agenda for Saturday 21 November:

9.30am Safe and Unsafe Touches for Boys and Girls
10.30am Puberty with Dignity for Girls
11:30am Puberty with Dignity for Boys
12:30pm Child Rights in Malaysia
1:30pm How to Become an Advocate
2:30pm Boundaries and Consent for Young People
3:30pm Self Love and Self Care
4:30pm Let’s Talk About Sex for Parents
5:30pm Porn Addiction
6:30pm Let’s Talk Sex, Pregnancy, Contraception and STIs

The event is free for all, thanks to our partners, our main sponsor, Cheng & Co, and co-presenting sponsors, The Body Shop Malaysia and the Australian High Commission Kuala Lumpur.

SPOT is very aware of the diverse and nuanced cultural sensibilities and sensitivities in Malaysia. As such, while we remain firm that scientifically accurate knowledge must be shared, we do so respectfully and carefully.

For more information on our event, head on to our website here. Register here for our online event.

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