Launch of “Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future”: Sweden’s support to UNESCO for expanding comprehensive sexuality education in Africa
3 November, 2017 | Events
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Friday 3 November 2017 from 2pm to 2:45 pm, UNESCO HQ, Hall Ségur

The event will launch the project “Our Rights, Our Lives, Our Future”, in the presence of, and with interventions from, UNESCO Director-General, Ms Irina Bokova, and the Minister of Education of Sweden, Gustav Fridolin.

Made possible with support from Sweden, the three-year project aims to improve sexual and reproductive health, gender and education outcomes for adolescents and young people in the Sub-Saharan Africa region through the delivery of good quality comprehensive sexuality education (CSE).

Details

Type of Event: Special Event
Start: 03.11.2017 14:00 local time
End 03.11.2017 14:45 local time
Focal point: Herat, Joanna
Organizer: UNESCO and Sweden
Contact: Cara Delmas, c.delmas@unesco.org
Country: France
City: Paris
Room: Hall Segur
Language of Event: English, French
Estimated number of participants: 40
Link 1 Education for Health and Well-Being

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