Apr 27, 2021

All of this is thanks to you! Help us keep saving lives.

2 out of 3 Trans adolescents do not receive sex education according to their real experiences.

We present the Survey of Sexual and Reproductive Rights in trans adolescence applied to 370 young people.

 

Thanks to your monthly contribution, not only can we continue to support thousands of adolescents and young people in the Hora Segura, but we have also been able to investigate their life experiences and influence society so make everything get better.

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Trans Survey: 2 out of 3 adolescents did not receive sexual education according to their experiences

On Trans Visibility Day we released the results of our Survey on Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Trans Adolescents. This was applied to 370 adolescents between the ages of 13 and 17 from all over Chile.

Discover the main findings about their experiences and problems in this note. In addition, you can review some data on our Instagram.

 

Trans Visibility: La Isla de las gaviotas (The Island of the Seagulls)

To celebrate March 31st, we held a live show with members of the first film made by a team of trans and non-binary people, La Isla de las Gaviotas. We were accompanied by the Chilean trans poet Claudia Rodríguez and the producer Aura Sinclair. Relive the conversation here!

 

Resilience in times of pandemic

As a training and self-care activity, Humana Consultores gave a talk about organizational resilience to the Todo Mejora volunteer. The psychologist and master Ana Olivos shared with more than 20 volunteers strategies and ideas to deal with challenges in complex times. Here we tell you more.

 

May everything get better by reading!

If you like reading this contest is for you. At Todo Mejora we are raffling a set of great LGTBIQ + books by Chilean authors. Get to know them and participate here!

 

 

Thanks to you, we continue making visible the reality of many young people.

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Apr 26, 2021

Support us to save lives on pandemic!

The Biannual Report of the 2019-2020 "Programa Hora Segura" ("Safe Hour Program") is now available on our website. The data obtained show that it is in the family space where children and adolescents live more risk situations. The document that collects information from  Todo Mejora's users is part of a particularly difficult period due to the social outbreak and the Covid-19 pandemic.

Thank you for being part of our work, with your contribution we have been able to give a message of support and emotional support to children and adolescents who suffer from violence and discrimination due to their Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE)

Many things have improved, but also the social explosion and our work in the Programa Hora Segura (Safe Hour Program) confirms that there is a lack of safe spaces in Chile for children, adolescents and young people to receive guidance and support.


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Apr 2, 2019

Against cyberbullying is added to our challenges!

¡Hello!

We have a good news since our last report. During january to march, we are working to support the Cyberbullying victims protection project law.

To us, cyberbullying is a type of victimization through social networks and new technologies. Involves the posting or dissemination of electronic messages, including photos or videos, in order to harass, threaten, discredit or generate false rumors against another, which finally becomes a target.

For this reason, Todo Mejora Foundation has been working to recognize that the definition by project law of cyberbullying to help regulate situations of violence that are not correctly typified today. However, we consider it extremely important that not only the victim and his family be considered, but also the children and adolescents who commit cyberbullying. Now, we must wait for the vote in the Senate chamber for final approval. We hope it turns out well and we invite you to be aware of this topic!

Finally, on April 12 Fundación Todo Mejora will hold its first national collection to benefit, so we ask you support to continue saving the lives of children and adolescents through your donation on our project in Global Giving.

Kinds regards,

 
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