Each year, schoolchildren, middle and high school students should benefit from three sexuality education sessions.
In any case, this is what the law has provided for since 2001. But in fact, only 15% to 20% of students really have access to it, according to a report by the General Inspectorate of National Education submitted in 2022 to the ministry. of National Education.
The Cas d'école(s) collective, which brings together Family Planning, SOS Homophobia and Sidaction, has therefore decided to make the State face up to its responsibilities.
At the beginning of March, the collective seized the administrative court to claim the application of the law.
Our associations have noted for years the shortcomings of the State in terms of sex education.
However, these have important individual and societal repercussions.
In 2021, sexual violence increased by 30%, as did LGBTIphobic discrimination and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
It is urgent to act
”, point out Lucile Jomat, president…
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