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Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) provision

Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli

Training course in adolescent sexual and reproductive health 2019

September 9, 2019 - Geneva

Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) provision - Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli

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Chandra-Mouli V. Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) provision. Paper presented at: Training course in adolescent sexual and reproductive health; 2019 Sep 9; Geneva.

Tasks

Assignment

Answer the following five questions.

Questions from the International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education (ITGSE):

  1. What evidence could you use to convince decision makers that CSE does not harm children and adolescents? 3 marks
  2. What in your opinion is one widely held misconception about CSE? 2 marks
  3. What are the eight underpinning concepts of the ITGSE? In your opinion, which one is the most important and why? 5 marks

Questions from the UNESCO publication titled: Facing the facts: The case for comprehensive sexuality education (2019):

  1. The UNESCO publication identifies barriers to the implementation of CSE (pages 4-11). Of these barriers, identify three that are most relevant to your country and explain why. 8 marks
  2. The UNESCO publication proposes actions to overcome these barriers (pages 12-14). Of these actions, identify two that are most appropriate to the barriers that you have identified. 7 marks

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