Unga möter unga - En utvärdering
Unga möter unga is an activity that concentrates on sexuality, coexistence and relations. The project was founded by “Ungdomsmottagningen centrum”. Ungdomsmottagingen centrum collaborates with the University of Gothenburg in implementation. When us students of socialwork programs have our practical vocational training place during term six we get the possibility to choose to participate on this activity aside of our other practical training. The requirement for participating is to be under the age of 25 so that the activity can live up to its aim; young people teaching other young people. A method also called “peer to peer education”. The studys aim is an evaluation on the activity “Unga möter unga”. Unga möter unga is a new method in teaching sexuality, coexistence and relations. We think that it’s important for the students, as well as for the founders of this project, to see if this is a good way of teaching and working with young adults. We made a poll by asking the students that participated on “Unga möter unga” this term. They got a questionarie at the end of the lesson. We got 100 questionaries answered by the students, both from practical programs and theoretical programs. Our aim is also to see if there are any differences in what the students think of “Unga möter unga” based on gender or class. The main result in this evaluation shows that the majority of the students participating at”Unga möter unga” was satisfied with the lesson. There weren’t any bigger differences in answers neither between girls and boys nor between practical and theoretical programs. Almost all students were also satisfied that the “teachers” of the project was young and also that they didin’t work at school. The report further also shows that the majortiy of the asked was satisfied with the subjects that was presented by the leaders of “Unga möter unga”. This evaluation shows that it’s hard to see the effects of ”Unga möter unga” by asking the students on such short notice but we still concluded that many of the students had answered that it had a good effect on their view of sexuality, coexistence and relations. We hope that this study can be of benefit for the founders of “Unga möter unga”, the students participating and also the students at the University of Gothenburg that decides to join the activity.