We are here publishing an independent review of two standards documents produced by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). These standards underpin the global initiative for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE), currently promoted by UNESCO’s ‘Foundation for Life and Love Campaign.’ Download Comprehensive Sexuality Education - A … Continue reading Pushing boundaries: ‘Sexuality education’ from UNESCO and WHO
In the wake of the dossier compiled by Miriam Cates MP on unsuitable Relationships and Sex Education delivered by unaccountable external providers, there is now a long-overdue focus on the quality of RSE provision in schools. In its recent report on relationships and sex education providers, The Times quoted our spokeswoman Tanya Carter, who noted … Continue reading Bad RSE in schools: where is the evidence?
We have previously raised concerns over the anti-safeguarding approach of the Welsh government’s Relationships and Sexuality Education Code, now mandatory in all maintained Welsh schools from the age of 3. Now independent research has shown that the Welsh RSE Code was influenced by elements of Queer Theory that should concern parents. Queer Theory is an … Continue reading Queer Theory in Welsh Schools