IWHC’s Advocacy in Practice (AiP) training is an intensive multi-day workshop that supports participants to develop the leadership skills they need to effectively advocate for sexual and reproductive rights and health. AiP brings together burgeoning advocates from a variety of contexts to share, strategize, and learn from one another, and from IWHC’s staff and colleagues.
Each AiP coincides with an important regional conference or UN negotiation, and gives participants the opportunity to take what they’ve learned and put it into action.
More than 200 young activists from 60 countries have participated in AiPs since 2007. Many of these young people now hold important positions in their governments or with civil society organizations.