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Ensure adequate, scientifically based sex education in school curricula



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Ensure adequate, scientifically based sex education in school curricula;

  • Ensure mandatory human rights education in schools, including the promotion of gender equality, the elimination of violence against women and harmful gender stereotypes as well as the legacy of slavery and racism;

  • Combat the stigma attached to reproductive and sexual health care, which leads to violence, harassment and intimidation against those seeking or providing reproductive health care, and duly investigate and prosecute violence or threats of violence;

  • Take steps to reconcile U.S. laws on religious or conscience-based refusals to provide reproductive health care with international human rights law and to prohibit refusal to provide sexual and reproductive health services on grounds of religious freedom, where such refusal would effectively deny women immediate access to the highest attainable standard of health care to implement the rights to which they are entitled under both international human rights law and US law;

    Violence against women and safety


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