This document presents information on the definition of SDG Thematic Indicator 4.7.2 “Percentage of schools that provided life skills-based HIV and sexuality education within the previous academic year” including the methods of measurement, which have been approved by the Technical Cooperation Gr
While many Pacific countries have taken great strides to provide sexuality education to young people in school, there is a lack of knowledge about the education that is provided to young people outside of school and access to quality, rights-based and gender sensitive comprehensive sexuality educ
With the funding support from UNFPA Innovation Fund and the Danish Government, UNFPA China’s pilot project designed and implemented with Marie Stopes International China on comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) offers an innovative solution for provision of sexuality education through live stre
Sexual Health and Relationships Education (SHRE) provides individuals with knowledge and skills to manage risky behaviors and take informed decisions to protect themselves against STIs, and unintended pregnancy.
This report provides a global snapshot of the status of school-based comprehensive sexuality education (CSE). Drawing on a range of existing and new data sources, and looking at case studies from around the world, the report demonstrates how countries are advancing on their journeys towards CSE.
This rapid situation assessment of comprehensive sexuality education across digital spaces in Thailand aims to understand the opportunities for using digital sexuality education spaces and content in formal education.
This document presents highlights from the publication: ‘The journey towards comprehensive sexuality education: Global status report’.
This report and the factsheets are based on findings from a joint UNFPA, UNESCO and IPPF regional review on the status of comprehensive sexuality education in the Asia and Pacific region conducted in 2019, which includes Ministry of Education (MoE) questionnaires, expert questionnaires, and an on
Youth with disabilities (YWD) need developmentally appropriate sex education to stay safe and healthy and to achieve self-determination.
Can school-based sex education programs become an important strategy in preventing harm?