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Research outputs: SEXUAL EDUCATION
Sexuality education (SE) at schools has been designed to equip young people with information on values and norms that will enable them to re...
Do we need to teach sexuality education to children with disabilities, and who should be responsible for teaching programmes related to HIV/...
2015 Early sexual debut: voluntary or coerced?: evidence from longitudinal data in South Africa: the Birth to Twenty Plus study
Early sexual debut, voluntary or coerced, increases risks to sexual and reproductive health. Sexual coercion is increasingly receiving atte...Download this report