This publication is for young people who want to discuss issues of religion, faith, sex and relationships. It is also for adults working with young people, religious leaders, and anyone interested in the debate on religion, faith and adolescent sexuality.
The Guidance for the Implementation of the Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe outlines the process for developing a national school-based sexuality education programme and provides step-by-step guidance on how to introduce new or improve existing sexuality education programmes.
This document presents recommended Standards for sexuality education.
The Canadian Standards for School-based Youth Substance Abuse Prevention are part of A Drug Prevention Strategy for Canada’s Youth, a five-year Strategy launched by the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) in 2007 aimed at reducing drug use among Canadian youth aged 10–24.
This document, prepared by SIECCAN, the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada, is designed to support the provision of high quality sexual health education in Canadian schools.
For some decades now students have been given lessons about drugs in school in the belief that education about drugs can change their behaviour.
This publication documents the experience of more than 100 community-based organisations in Southern Africa, Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe-in planning a prevention response to substance abuse among the youth of their communities.
This guide is based on recent research into sexuality education and health promotion in Sweden and focuses on sexuality and personal relationships for the planning and implementation of teaching programmes.
Fife Council recognises the contribution that outside agencies can make to help schools develop and deliver sex education programmes - particularly where the agency can offer additional knowledge or experience that the teacher cannot gain with/without extensive research and training.