sex education


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sex education

neducazione f sessuale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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They have mobilised in the wake of an announcement by the Government surrounding a package of proposed changes to sex education in schools.
Sex education is just like food you give a child, semi-solid baby food when he is an infant and it keeps changing as they grow older.
The study's authors say that a better understanding of the relationship between birth order and parental involvement in learning about sex could help to improve the design and delivery of sex education programmes.
I think it primarily the parents should build the critical foundation of sex education for their children, based on the fact they are key agents of socialisation.
Activists working on child protection also focus on the importance about sex education to make children aware about sexual abuse and how to deal with it.
"All schools must have a written policy on sex education, which they must make available to parents for free."
Introducing sex education in school curriculum is important to tackle the issue.
It is an important step towards controlling child sexual abuse as for long and to date sex education has remained a taboo, big enough to keep elders from talking about it with their children.
The reason why sexual assault is higher among left-behind rural girls is the lack of awareness in the sex education in rural areas' education system.
In a recent Twitter post, the actress explained why she agrees to it and that she herself has had sex education back when she was still in school.
At a national conference held July 4-5 in Tunis on comprehensive sex education in Tunisia, at the initiative of the Arab Institute for Human Rights (AIHR) and the Tunisian Association of Reproduction Health (French: ATSR) in partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), speakers stressed the need to integrate comprehensive sex education into educational curricula to prevent youths and teenagers from risky behaviours and sexually transmitted diseases.
Sex education was traditionally meant to be given to every child and adolescents by his/her immediate family but these practices have been eroded by the influences of modernization, western civilization, and collapsing family life.