There is a lot that we can learn from each other by simply knowing what has been done, what worked well, and what didn’t work so well. Consider these questions when sharing your comments in this discussion topic:
- What kinds of incentives were used to persuade the abandonment of a harmful practice?
- How have you used public declarations? What was the impact?
- How is the community involved in the movement? How is consensus built? How do communities lead these efforts for change?
- How have you engaged traditional and religious leaders as agents of change? Share examples!
- How have you engaged survivors and other stakeholders (such as health care providers) in combating traditional practices that violate human rights?
- How have you used television, radio, Internet, print publications, billboard messages, soap operas and talk shows, among other channels, are effective means to stimulate interest and public dialogue on traditional practices that violate human rights?
- How have you used the human rights framework and legal tactics to accelerate the abandonment of harmful practices?
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