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Title: The Current on the Development of an Outreach Model from a Gender Perspective


1
The Current on the Development of an Outreach
Model from a Gender Perspective
  • Ja Eun, Choi
  • (Seoul Resource Center for Young Women)

2
Crisis Intervention in Teenage Runaways
  • Crisis Intervention in Teenage Runaways
  • - a corresponding approach / a positive,
    preventive approach
  • Outreach Program Visiting the Teens in Crisis
  • - The strategy for providing a crisis
    intervention service for reluctant, uninformed
    teens

3
Outreach Service is
  • The service providers enters the streets or
    places where teens maintain their life at edge,
    to listen to their voices and meet their needs in
    order to have better understandings of their
    everyday lives, eventually intervening in crisis
  • Provides links to medical/legal/educational
    organizations and shelters

4
The Outreach Service in Korea
  • Started out as street counseling project in the
    mid-90s
  • - Centered around shelters for youth
  • - Limited to the programs which lacked diversity
    and were small and intermittent
  • Permanent and active since 2001

5
The Outreach Service in Korea
  • Characteristics
  • - As a part of youth protection policies, it
    began to operate under shelter programs
  • - Administration and programs which lacked
    difference from those of the existing programs
  • - Programs that overlooked gender differences

6
Development of Bridge Project
  • 2001 The establishment in cooperation with
    shelter
  • - began to operate on regular bases(twice a
    week) with training workers for the outreach
    program
  • 2002 Transition in management
  • - under government management ? commissioned
    non-government

7
Development of Bridge Project
  • 2003 Operation of short-term program (in
    summer)
  • 2004 Operation of medical programs
  • An established of one-stop service system
  • 2005 Expansion of regular services

8
Current Program
Program Time Place Details
Regular service ? Thu, Fri. 21000200 Yeouido Dongdaemun Provides counseling, education, links to shelters, and free meals
Regular service ? Fri. 19002400 Nowon Stat. The same program as above
Medical services Fri. 21002400 Dongdaemun medical examination and treatment
9
Characteristics of Targeted Services Areas
  • Yeouido
  • - This area is known for the runaway teens,
    biker and their teenage women fans, and
    one-to-one sex trade
  • Dongdaemun
  • - This area is known for the teens who are
    highly mobile and consists of diverse groups such
    as runaway teenagers, students, part-time job
    seekers, etc.

10
The Process of Bridge Project
ltCounselinggt -Prevention counseling -Provides
information -Free meals -Links to medical svc
-Preparation for safe return home -Links to
shelters
ltAdvertisinggt -The teens in streets -Distribution
of informative materials
  • ltEducationgt
  • -Sexuality
  • Communication
  • skills
  • -labor of teens
  • -etc.

ltMedical svcgt -physicists,dermatologists, Gynecolo
gists, etc. -Links to local and health care svc
11
Bridge Project Activities
12
The Bridge Project Statistics Related to
Runaway(2004)
ltsex/runaway experiencegt
13
The Tasks of Bridge Project
  • Is it fully challenging and overcoming the limits
    of youth protection policies?
  • - The programs of planning
  • - The characteristics of commissioned
    organization
  • Is it fully functioning to reflect the needs and
    characteristics of teenage women?

14
Teenage Women in Bridge Project
  • Runaway teenage women in attempt to escape from
    violence
  • Sexual violence is regard as a part of daily
    event
  • Teenage women are unconcerned about their own
    body and health
  • Fixed with strong preconceived notion on gender
    bias and sex role
  • Willing to overcome the crisis and search for
    alternative

15
Bridge Project from a Gender Perspective(1)
  • Empowerment of Feminist Sensitivity through the
    Course of Training Program
  • - Gender sensitivity raising workshops
  • - Runaway teenage women from a gender
    perspective
  • - Regular checkup workshops on values in
    sexuality education for workers

16
Bridge Project from a Gender Perspective(2)
  • Developing the New Contents in Feminist Sexuality
    Education
  • - Goal To accelerate sexual self-determination
    ability
  • - Subjects love and relationships,
    calculating the physical contacts,
    communication skills, birth control and
    contraceptives
  • - Speak out and Listen up public debate program

17
Bridge Project from a Gender Perspective(3)
  • Developing the administrative manual from a
    Gender Perspective
  • - The administrative manual for the personnel of
    NGOs and related organizations
  • - Developed by various experts including
    feminism scholars,social welfare scholars, and
    social workers

18
Bridge Project from a Gender Perspective(4)
  • Research Program for the Development of Outreach
    Program for Runaway Teenage Women
  • - Demand on the alternative programs to
    accentuate qualitative research on the areas
    where are especially concentrated
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