Documents on Social Change Communication

February 3, 2008 • Daily Email Recap

UNAIDS Technical Consultation on Social Change Communication

This document for the United Nations AIDS (UNAIDS) Technical Consultation on Social Change Communication (August 2007) was written to provide a background to issues relating to communication for HIV prevention.

It uses the term “social change communication” to include a number of kinds of communication able to address the drivers of the HIV epidemic, including: “communication for social change”, “behavioural change communication” and “participatory communication”. The UNAIDS Technical Consultation was called to review how communication could be used to tackle the drivers of the HIV epidemic.

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Planning BCC Interventions: A Practical Handbook

This publication was developed in response to the needs of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Offices to help colleagues and their partners to plan and implement effective behaviour change communication (BCC) strategies in support of reproductive health (RH) in general, adolescent reproductive health (ARH) and HIV/AIDS prevention in particular.

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