H 1 The current state of sexuality education. in Cyprus, Georgia, Poland, Romania and the Netherlands: Insights from a youth perspective.
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Eastern Europe is a region that still faces huge economic and social disparities and persisting inequalities, which hinder human rights’ advancement. Recently, the region has encountered the rise of well-organized and funded opposition aiming to block access of youth and women to basic reproductive and sexual health services and information. Not only are young women in Eastern Europe three times more likely to have an abortion or unintended pregnancy than young women in Western Europe, the region also struggles with a growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS. In addition, gender-based violence is widespread, homophobic and transphobic attitudes persist, and a significant part of Europe’s youth population still does not have access to comprehensive sexuality education. But also in Western European countries such as the Netherlands not all young people have access to proper Comprehensive Sexuality Education.
Infographie dans la langue de chaque pays.