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In March 2023, the Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health, the Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, the Special Rapporteur on the right to education and the Working Group on discrimination against women and girls published a Compendium on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) with the purpose to recall the main international standards on CSE and to make a specific call to States to ensure the right to CSE without discrimination.
Sometimes hearing a young person ask about sexuality can make me feel a range of emotions: confusion, anxiety, or maybe even joy that I am trusted. It can also be a simple question - what to say to stay within the boundaries, to give the right information, to create the space to keep asking.
"A Practical Guide to Sexuality Education" for youth workers and education profesionals
A guide for trainers in youth clubs, associations, centers, schools, or any other structure working with and for youth and youth development. The curriculum can be implemented as a whole or some activities can be selected and adjusted depending on the needs of each training program. It is planned based on different steps to get to work in this field with youth, so depending on which skills are more demanded, and depending on available time, it will be possible to go directly to the terms and objectives anyone wants to reach. The objectives of the Manual are: To provide educators in formal and non-formal education with information and tools for working with young people in the prevention of and fight against GBV. To contribute to exposing and challenging attitutdes of tolerance towards GBV among young people To encourage and empower young people to resist GBV and to develop atttitudes of self-respect and self-value through their active participation in the proposed activities Available in greek and english
Methodological guidelines for dads, mothers, guardians, carers and educators and professionals raising teenagers.
Awareness-raising material and proposed activities for teachers of primary education on gender stereotypes and norms
Real sex ed info in fun, animated videos that give you all the answers you actually want to know about sex, your body and relationships. AMAZE is a collaboration between experts in the field of sex education—Advocates for Youth, Answer and Youth Tech Health—to create an engaging, age-appropriate, online sex education resource.
The CHILDREN FIRST Online Game is addressed to children and young people, and aims at supporting them in challenging rigid social norms and gender stereotypes, while promoting gender socialization and healthy relationships.
Open access worksheets from the Come As You Are Workbook , a text with worksheets, journaling prompts, illustrations, and diagrams to help anyone further their understanding of their own bodies and sex lives.
This is an action of the "Love Act" project.
Project Number: 101094068- LOVEACT