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.
Boys* and Culture of Care is a project that aims to raise awareness about male children and adolescents as potential victims and victims of sexualized violence. The project trys to improve the support victims receive from professionals in schools, youth welfare services, sport centres, etc.
What is Sexual Education in Poland like? There is no compulsory sex education in Polish schools, but all pupils from 4th class of primary school can participate in family life education subject. These are very specific classes, that should be carried out by prepared specialists. Even if the teacher finished Read more…
Is this an important subject? In our opinion, Family Life Education is a very important element of upbringing. Especially in the modern world. Many adults have problems finding themselves in various situations that life brings, so what about children and young people?