Серия видеоуроков, разработанная при поддержке ИИТО ЮНЕСКО, предлагает комплексный и увлекательный подход к образованию подростков в вопросах здоровья.
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.
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.
This paper presents findings from a literature review on relationships and sexuality education for primary (elementary) school programme effectiveness.
Monitoring is key to a better understanding of the gaps in CSE and to building capacity. To address the need for additional data on CSE, the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report, in partnership with UNESCO’s Section of Health and Education, has developed country profiles on CSE.
The report is an analysis of the available CSE curricula as developed/ implemented by the central and state governments and CSOs for in-school and out-of-school adolescents in India, assessing the content of these curricula vis-a-vis global CSE frameworks, highlighting gaps and missing components
This briefing aims to provide an accessible and accurate summary of the latest research evidence relating to relationships and sex education (RSE), particularly the contribution of RSE to behaviour change.
Teachers, and their professional learning and development, have been identified as playing an integral role in enabling children and young people’s right to comprehensive sexuality education (CSE).
What is the potential of the main public institutions? What barriers exist in society to promote comprehensive sexual education?