Communicating SRHR as a human right

The way we talk about sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) is critical to the success of campaigns to transform social norms, improve polices and laws, and to building effective movements.

Non-stigmatising messaging means that the messages and images you communicate about a certain topic do not contribute to the marginalisation or negative portrayal of the cause you are promoting.

Here our grantees share their advice on how to develop a strategy for non-stigmatising, rights-based communication and tips on how to create a strategy that is inclusive and frames the debate for sexual and reproductive health rights positively.

What is rights based and non stigmatising messaging for sexual and reproductive health? Find out here in the first of a series of four films from AmplifyChange on developing communications for your advocacy campaign