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Meitar Moscovitz and Emma Gross

Written By: Meitar
February 19, 2010

 

With the $1000 grant from the IWHC Young Visionaries contest we will fund a sexual health education and empowerment video campaign that highlights the reality that we learn about sex from disparate sources in many locations. The heart of this campaign, which we call SexEdEverywhere (“SEE”), will begin with a competition calling for submissions of 30 to 90 second videos that will be reviewed and featured on a network of 5 (or more) microsites over time. The campaign will be based at SexEdEverywhere.com, a website that will actively engage the people to whom it will speak: women and youth across the globe.

Each microsite will portray a scene in which real-life sexuality education happens, such as a doctor’s office, the back of a school bus, a mobile phone conversation, and many more recognizable places. We would subdivide the $1,000 grant into funding and prize money for the best 5 videos as based on creativity and educational impact, among other criteria. The winning videos would receive $100 and be posted on one of the first 5 microsites along with other vetted entries. There will also be a second phase, in which all entries are tracked over a set period of time. The video with the most views during that period will receive a $150 award for “going viral.”

9 Responses to "Meitar Moscovitz and Emma Gross"
  1. By the way, for those interested, the video of my presentation at the KinkForAll Washington DC unconference was called "Sexual Adultism: The tragedy of youth sexual oppression."

  2. Tele lista says:

    First congratulations for the donation. Now, let's hope to promote and protect the health and rights of women and young people so quickly and effectively.

  3. Now, let's hope to promote and protect the health and rights of women and young people so quickly and effectively. thank you

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