FPA welcomes today’s announcement on Relationships and Sexuality Education in Wales.
Parents are speaking out in response to a government consultation on RSE, as the sexual health charity FPA has today published guidance to help parents give their views to the Department for Education.
The ‘young people’s manifesto: what we want and need from RSE’ has been created by a group of young people working with the sexual health charities FPA and Brook.
Laura Russell, FPA's Policy Manager, tells us the next steps in the fight for comprehensive and inclusive relationships and sex education.
For sexual health charity FPA’s national Sexual Health Week (11-17 September), parents are calling on schools to teach the subjects that their children need to know in order to develop healthy relationships and stay safe online.
The Digital Economy Minister, Matt Hancock MP, yesterday formally started the countdown to the introduction of age-verification processes for online pornography in the UK by April 2018. This aims to prevent anyone under 18 years old from accessing pornography online through introducing mandatory checks using a form of identification, such as a credit card.
Findings of study on ‘The effect of spending cuts on teen pregnancy’ should be treated with caution.
Sexual health charity FPA is calling on all political parties to commit to reduce the UK’s teenage pregnancy rate.
FPA, working with sexual health charity Brook and Durex, is launching a new sex and relationships education report by young people.
FPA is supporting Know It, Own It, a campaign by International Planned Parenthood Federation calling for comprehensive sexuality education around the world.