What is the primary goal of the tool?

The intersectionalised See Judge Act (ISJA) is a religious SRHR issues analysis tool. The tool will facilitate you to use religious texts to initiate a community centered analysis of SRHR issues, their impact, and actions that need to be taken to address any barriers identified, so that no one is left behind in accessing their SRHR and services. It may be used in diverse religious contexts since it aims to stir action towards personal, social, and systemic transformation; and not to convert people to a particular religious inclination.

What is the primary goal of the tool?

The community-centered approach used facilitates analysis of issues from the perspective of those affected. Similarly, those affected lead the process of identifying actions that needs to be taken so that the desired change is realized. Religious texts can be used to propagate discriminatory attitudes and practices regarding sexual wellness, thus hindering access to SRHR for all. The community-centered approach is used as an alternative of including all voices and experiences in the process of interpreting the religious text and identifying intervention actions. This results in community-led actions that promote sexual wellness for all.

Who is this tool for, including example of use?

This tool may be used by anyone who wants to utilize religious texts as a resource for intersectional SRHR lobby and advocacy. For example, if you are targeting to raise allies of intersectional SRHR advocacy within the religious sector, it may be used to equip religious leaders to be intersectional SRHR advocacy champions.