A new article has been recently published on sexuality education evolution in Latin America - Mexico by Venkatraman Chandra-Mouli, Lucia Gómez Garbero, Marina Plesons, Iliana Lang and Esther Corona Vargas.
Mexico's efforts at sexuality education have progressively evolved, from a biological focus in the socialist era in the 1930s, to adding a demographically concerned family planning component in the 1970s and including a wider reproductive health perspective in the 1990s, and finally shifting to a broader sociological context in the early 21st century. Opposition to sexuality education rose steadily in the time period considered, with a growing range of more organized and well-financed actors. Despite this opposition, alliances between academic, government, civil society, and NGO champions have helped ensure sustainability.
The article provides scientifically proved data and analysis as well as case studies. It will be useful for your advocacy.
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