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By: Sarah Bradley ’17

On April 5, I and another freshmen member of Students for Sexual Health attended the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts conference for campus organizers, alongside representatives from UMASS-Amherst, Boston University, Tufts University, Northeastern University, Smith College, and Wellesley College. It was a day of instruction and reflection on how to improve our campus outreach programs, strengthen our campaigns, recruit new members, and facilitate those difficult conversations concerning reproductive social justice. Discussions were encouraged as we exchanged ideas and strategies. Representing Boston College—a school where …

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Wednesday afternoon’s side event was so good I just have to share it with everyone! WHO, OHCHR, UNDP, and UNFA joined forces to discuss priorities for SHR beyond 2014.

Kate Gilmore, the Deputy Executive Director for UNFPA, moderated the event. I think she was by far the best moderator I’ve ever heard. She provided excellent commentary to the stories and testimonies of the panelists and even shared her own views on SRH issues.For example, in response to conservative legislation attacking the human rights of LGBT people yet allowing or …

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With the rapid changes regarding EC restrictions over the past several months, advocates and health professionals have had to distinguish further what it means for EC to be OTC (“over-the-counter”). In previous years, most people would just use the term OTC (“over-the-counter”) to refer to the point that EC was available behind the pharmacy counter for those meeting the required age restrictions to have access to EC, without a prescription. But just what does the term OTC mean now since the FDA has approved the Plan B One-Step EC …

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Greetings Everyone,

The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign is now accepting applications for youth and young adults (ages 16-29) to serve as Youth Activists working on sexual and reproductive health issues in the Greenville area!

We seek to create a team of highly qualified and motivated youth and young adults to work with us on our New Media Campaign program.

Ready to work in your community to make a difference? Click here to apply today!

Please pass this information and application on to all youth and young adults who …

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Hello Everyone!

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So just who are we? We are the SOUTH CAROLINA CONTRACEPTIVE ACCESS CAMPAIGN. Check out our video link below to learn more about the great work we contribute to the sexual and reproductive health movement!!

Introducing the SC Contraceptive Access Campaign!!

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Greetings Everyone,

We hope that you have enjoyed a wonderful Holiday Season and is looking forward to a prosperous and productive New Year! We would like to inform you that the South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign has extended the deadline for the Youth Activist Applications. The SCCAC is now accepting applications for youth and young adults (ages 16-29) to serve as a Youth Activist working on sexual and reproductive health issues in the Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, and Orangeburg areas! We are recruiting to create a team of highly qualified …

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Are you interested in Sexual and Reproductive Health issues? Are you age 16-29 years old?

Well we are looking for YOU!! The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign (SCCAC) is conducting Informal Group Discussions in the Greenville and Columbia areas, and YOUR input is invaluable! The feedback you provide will help us to understand young people’s knowledge and attitudes about Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs; also known as IUDs and Implanon), as well as to understand the types of website resources you prefer to use in order to obtain contraceptives …

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Deadline to reply has been EXTENDED to Sunday, February 19th, 2012.

Are you interested in Sexual and Reproductive Health issues? Are you age 16-29 years old? Well we are looking for YOU!! The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign (SCCAC) is conducting Informal Group Discussions in the Greenville and Columbia areas, and YOUR input is invaluable! The feedback you provide will help us to understand young people’s knowledge and attitudes about Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs; also known as IUDs and Implanon), as well as to understand the types of …

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February 8, 2012

Are you interested in sexual and reproductive health issues? Are you 16 to 29 years old? If so, we want your input!

The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign (SCCAC) is conducting Informal Group Discussions in the Greenville and Columbia areas. Your feedback will help us understand young people’s knowledge and attitudes about Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs — also known as IUDs and Implanon), as well as understand the types of websites and resources you prefer to use in obtaining contraceptive information.

– The feedback session …

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Hello Everyone-

The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign has decided to extend the deadline to apply for the Youth Activist positions until Monday, January 16th, 2012. We are accepting applications for youth and young adults (ages 16-24) to serve as a Youth Activist working on sexual and reproductive health issues in the Charleston , Columbia , Greenville , and Orangeburg areas! We are continuing with the recruitment process NOW towards creating a team of highly qualified and motivated youth and young adults to work with us on our New …

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Hello Everyone-

The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign is now accepting applications for youth and young adults (ages 16-24) to serve as a Youth Activist working on sexual and reproductive health issues in the Charleston , Columbia , Greenville , and Orangeburg areas!! We are continuing with the recruitment process NOW towards creating a team of highly qualified, motivated youth and young adults to work with us on our New Media Campaign program.

We are looking for youth and young adults (ages 16-24) who have a true passion and …

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Hello SC Youth!!

The South Carolina Contraceptive Access Campaign is excited to announce that we will be implementing a new Condom Campaign as a part of our program. The Condom Campaign will allow youth and young adults to have access to FREE Condoms at various locations, including local businesses, community based organizations, health clinics, social service agencies, and youth-serving organizations.

In order to come up with the best name for the Condom Campaign, we need YOUR help! We are asking youth and young adults to vote on the best …

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Are you aware that the government is essentially trying to attack the progression of women’s sexual health? Well if you’re not aware, I am here to bring you information that it is sure to either affect you or someone you know. Currently there is a bill that has been introduced (HR1) and passed by the House, but rejected by the Senate, which is set to attack family planning services and resources across our nation.

What are the intentions of the HR1 bill?

1. To zero out all Title X …