Social NetWorth is a workshop that was conducted by Mulat Pinoy in February 2012. The participants hailed from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, and were comprised of an impressive set of college students who are leaders in their own communities. With speakers from Mulat Pinoy’s partner organizations, the participants learned about media theory and practices, the emerging rules and recommendations for social media, and the basics of population and development. Using this new knowledge, the participants returned to their communities to set up their own popdev projects, promoted and documented through social media.
Shaira Alyssa Ang and Adrian Jeric Peña are students of education at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Their project, Sex Ed Talk, aims to dissect the myths and misconceptions about sex education: What will be in the curriculum? Why are so many parents opposed to the idea?
Sex Ed Talk is your definitive guide on sex education (also known as reproductive health education).
Through the use of new media and emerging technologies, Sex Ed Talk wishes to present to you, our readers, sex education as it is and its importance and relevance to your daily life.
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