The World Starts with Me

An online platform to deliver CSE to African & Asian youth who are both in or out of school.

Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)

He who owns the youth controls the future”  Adolf Hitler


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Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is a sexual rights based initiative that aims to implement its teachings into all schools worldwide.

The hearts and minds of children are extremely susceptible to whatever they hear, see, learn and experience. So much so that whatever information they are exposed to and absorb can have a lasting influence on their development into adult life. Sexual activists are becoming increasingly vociferous regarding the sexual rights of individuals and one of the most concerning developments of their agenda is their obsessive focus on the sexual rights of children. There are numerous protagonists asserting that children are sexual from birth or ‘from the womb to the tomb’. Due to this, they argue that children have the ‘right’ to experience sexual pleasure. To inform children of their sexual rights, these activists believe that children from a very young age have the right to a comprehensive education in sexuality.

In order to make CSE a global reality, the agenda has the backing of organisations from within the United Nations and European Union. The International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF) is then main NGO behind it’s global implementation. Click on the relevant icon below to view their learning objectives and plans for teaching CSE in schools.

The videos at the bottom of the page provide more information on CSE and its agenda. In the section immediately below are links to the international documents that set out the guidelines for the CSE curriculum as well as examples of IPPF’s curriculum. 

united nations & international guidelines on sexuality education 

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 european standards for sexuality education 

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 International planned parenthood foundation 

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Sexual Rights or Sexual Health: Overview of CSE

 CSE in Canada – 10 things parents need to know 

Overview of IPPF’s International CSE Curriculum

Trailer for undercover documentary on IPPF