Most States in all regions of the world deliver some form of sexuality education as part of their education system. However, their implementation is often missing critical aspects related to gender equality, sexuality, human rights, relationship skills, and gender-based violence. During the event, panelists will discuss new tools, guidelines and strategies to bridge these gaps and ensure policy is driven by evidence and human rights standards. Panelists will also discuss successes and challenges related to developing and implementing curricula that effectively empower young people and adults.
6 March, 15:00-16:00
Karin Nilsson, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Avni Amin, Technical Officer, World Health Organization (WHO) Makeda Zook, Health Promotion and Education Officer, Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights
Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations (OHCHR)
Sexual Rights Initiative Permanent Mission of Uruguay to the United Nations
Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights
Coalition of African Lesbians (CAL)
Federation for Women and Family