This activity has been made to help young people identify the feelings of low and high self-esteem and for them to start to think about what can influence them to feel that way. The activity takes about 5-10mins, requires no equipment and is aimed at young people aged 11-13 years old.
This activity has been made to help young people explore potential consequences of sending nude or sexually explicit images, especially if the image gets shared beyond the intended recipient. What are the emotional, social and legal consequences to these types of images getting shared?
Designed for use with youth groups of young people aged 14+.
This activity has been made to help young people explore how it feels to be single on Valentine’s Day using quotes from real people. Designed for use with youth groups of young people aged 14+.
"I don't normally struggle with singleness, but on Valentines Day I feel it more. And then I realize it's just a day like any other,"
"The only thing that makes me feel better about being single on Valentine’s Day is seeing a couple having a huge argument. It's good to know that other people are miserable on Valentine’s Day too."
This activity has been designed to help young people think about what qualities make a healthy relationship and how sex could impact a relationship. The activity aims to help young people understand why it is important for key ingredients to be in place in a relationship before sexual activity takes place.
AIDS Action is written by ACET founder, Patrick Dixon, with a forward by Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations. The book aims to challenge churches and Christian individuals to respond in practical, caring and more effective ways. This is a free download, and is available in English, French, Russian, Spanish and Swahili.