Did you know that Mexico is the OECD country with the highest adolescent pregnancy rate? Among other issues, young people have limited access to information, and youth and Indigenous-friendly health care services are scarce. To truly address these problems, it's necessary to involve the affected populations to create bottom-up solutions. The ILSB is committed to working with and supporting young people and Indigenous women so that they are able to advocate with health care providers and decision-makers for improved sexual and reproductive health care services, as well as share and distribute information that encourages and informs conversations regarding sexual and reproductive health. In 2020, the Indigenous women leaders involved in the ILSB networks created the campaign "Living Our Rights in Community," a series of audio recordings created by young people that share information on discovering and enjoying one's sexuality in community, as well as information on sexual and reproductive rights. Available in six Indigenous languages, these audio recordings have been shared by 35 community, cultural, Indigenous, university, and state radio stations, offering hundreds of people access to secular, scientific, and culturally relevant information. Additionally, the young activists that the ILSB supports in 12 different states successfully strengthened their social and political advocacy skills on issues such as unplanned adolescent pregnancy, access to safe and legal abortion services, and sexual and reproductive rights via discussions, events, organizing on social media, and remote trainings for health care providers and other young people to.