This formative study was undertaken between June 2020 and April 2021 to provide evidence to inform the design and delivery of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) in Malawi for young people living with HIV (YPLHIV) and young people with disabilities (YPWD).
Among Zambia’s key health and development challenges, are high rates of EUP, and disproportionately higher HIV rates among AGYW. Pregnancy among girls in school poses a challenge. CSE programmes are part of available armamentarium to improve knowledge on the risks.
Muchos países de la región cuentan con normativas específicas que establecen la obligatoriedad de la implementación de la Educación Sexual Integral/Educación Integral en Sexualidad (ESI/EIS) o bien, desarrollaron políticas públicas a favor de ello.
The WCA Commitment Text has been endorsed by Ministers of Education and Health from the 25 countries of the region on 6 April 2023.
In Madagascar and many other contexts, decisions made at the higher level about family planning (FP) and reproductive health (RH) are often disconnected from knowledge and experience held at the local level – particularly when it comes to issues affecting youth.
O documento objetiva contribuir para explicitar as diretrizes e os fundamentos normativos internacionais e brasileiros para o desenvolvimento de planos educativos voltados para a promoção dos direitos humanos de crianças e adolescentes.
The purpose of this compendium is to recall the main international standards on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and to make a specific call to States to ensure the right to CSE without discrimination.
Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) seeks to improve young people’s knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to sexual and reproductive health, sexual and social relationships, and dignity and rights.
This commentary aims to examine the COVID-19 disruptions to CSE programming, responses, and strategies from countries and organisations to overcome challenges caused by COVID restrictions, and to explore the potential for digital technologies to deliver information and education in new ways.
With over 71% of the world’s youth aged 15-24 online (ITU, 2020), many children, adolescents and young people are turning to digital sources to seek information about health, sex, and relationships.