Since the adoption of the Ministerial Declaration, “Preventing through Education” in 2008, the regional political response toward comprehensive sexuality has been favorable. Nevertheless, there have also been delays and setbacks in some countries. These gaps notwithstanding, governments have become...Read more
Since the adoption of the Ministerial Declaration, “Preventing through Education” in 2008, the regional political response toward comprehensive sexuality has been favorable. Nevertheless, there have also been delays and setbacks in some countries. These gaps notwithstanding, governments have become...Read more
In August 2008, at the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, health and education ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean signed a historic agreement— the Ministerial Declaration, “Preventing through Education” —to dramatically increase young people’s access to comprehensive...Read more
In August 2008, at the International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, health and education ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean signed a historic agreement— the Ministerial Declaration, “Preventing through Education” —to dramatically increase young people’s access to comprehensive...Read more
Today's generation of young people is the largest the world has ever known, and it's important for Latin American and Caribbean youth to have a say in the policies that affect our lives. Although the conversations may at times be tense or challenging, young people's experiences and expertise will...Read more