WebLibrary on sexuality education

Introduction

The ESC has endeavoured to collect programmes, tools, brochures etc. on the topic of sexuality education in European and other languages in this web library. You can search the library for general and specific topics, such as disability, abortion, LGBT+, violence, and more. Target groups include teachers, students, advocates, policy makers and programmers designers. A short description is added for your service. Where no description in the original language was available to us, we tried to provide an English one. Provided are links or PDFs; if no links are available. Links to other web libraries are also included. Examples of the items provided are listed below.

The particular language of an item is mentioned in the original form. For your convenience here is an overview with the English translation of the original languages.

We would welcome comments on the information provided and new additions to the library. For additions, please complete and submit the FORM. The content will be subject to approval before publication.
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Sexual pleasure

GAB

This resource aims to enable healthcare providers and sexual health service providers to explore issues related to sexual pleasure, sexual rights and wellbeing, build knowledge, skills, understanding and gain confidence in providing sexual and reproductive health services, counselling and education.

Health providers Programme designers
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General population

English

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Happy Play Time

Loving your body, in every way, is not a sin. No more shame, no more secrets. This little vulva is on a mission: to free the world from a silly social stigma. Sexuality is one of the most basic instincts of human beings. Being comfortable with your own sexual pleasure is a prerequisite to both being able to healthily accept pleasure from others, and pleasing others. How can you exchange pleasure with someone else if you don't understand what your own body likes? That's why masturbation, and learning how to masturbate is such a fundamental life lesson. Unfortunately for many women, there has been a cultural stigma that blocks access to self-stimulation. HAPPYPLAYTIME is here to eliminate this barrier as much as possible. By talking openly and lightheartedly about female masturbation, we are taking the first step to becoming truly sexually liberated.

Youth Women
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Women Youth

English

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Roo

Chat access possible only via mobile phone or tablet. Roo answers all your questions about sexual health, relationships, growing up, and more. Chatting with Roo is free and private, so go ahead and ask the things you don't want to ask out loud. Roo's answers are backed by professional health educators from Planned Parenthood, the most trusted provider of sexual education.

Students/Participants Youth
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Youth General population

English

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SexEd

The SexEd project is an ongoing quest to expose the current state of sexual education and encourage a public discourse around the topic of sexual health through a series of art projects and community collaborations. Contemporary artists with a social practice tackle tough issues and take on multiple roles: artist, activist, community organizer, spotlight and microphone. With these abilities, such artists are able to challenge, raise consciousness, visualize alternatives, and galvanize efforts. Provide various information and educational games for working with students.

Teachers/Educators Students/Participants
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LGBT+ Youth Students

English

Open Website

Jiwsi A pick ’n’ mix of sex and relationships education activities

This resource is intended for workers confident in delivering SRH group work to vulnerable young people aged under 25 years.These group work skills are taught on fpatraining courses such as ‘Sexual health startshere’, ‘Delivering sex and relationships education with confidence’ and ‘Core competenciesin sexual health for youth workers’. If you work with young people in North Wales, you maybe eligible to access this training free through Jiwsi. Many of the activities in this resource tackle challenging and sensitive issues. You will needto choose which activities you feel comfortable and confident about delivering. Althoughthese activities will be of great help to you, no resource book can replace the value of goodtraining and practical experience.

Teachers/Educators
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Youth Mental disability Most at risk groups Physical disability

English

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