We believe that it is not only good, but necessary to talk about sexual pedagogy and sexual education in public spaces. Our information and methods are up-to-date, honest, and transparent.
Sometimes explaining the topic of Sexual Education to policiy makers or representatives of media and non-governmental organizations can be rather challenging. Here we’d like to share two approaches for that matter.
Many teachers, parents and youth workers ask for guidelines that show age appropriate approaches to that topic. Therefore the WHO teamed up with the Federal Centre for Health Education in Germany (BZgA) and developed and published a framework for Standards for sexual education in Europe.