Tipping Point Story of Change: A Story of Positive Alternatives - CARE

Tipping Point Story of Change: A Story of Positive Alternatives

Designing and conducting forum theater scripts that portray positive alternative futures for adolescents is one method of delivering key messages about topics such as the birth of a baby girl and a baby boy and gender discrimination, social stigma around sports, harms of child marriage, sexual harassment, domestic violence, importance of education for girls and boys, benefits of delaying marriage, and challenging gender and social norms and caste discrimination. Both Bangladesh and Nepal teams also leveraged existing celebratory or meaningful days to organize public events with the adolescents and other actors in the community.

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