This study is a policy brief made by the European Expert Group on Sexuality Education. It was also supported by BZgA, the Federal Centre for Health Education (Germany); UNFPA Eastern Europe and Central Asia; WHO Regional Office for Europe.
This article starts with the clarification of purpose of sexual education. It can be summarized as, sexuality education does not encourage children and young people to have sex; but aims to develop and strengthen the ability of children and young people to make conscious, satisfying, healthy and respectful choices regarding relationships, sexuality and emotional and physical health.
Study includes several sections to investigate historical aspect, emphasize the benefits of sexual education and importance of going beyond. In the article sexual education has declared as human rights and it detailed with several decisions that made before by the members of UNGA and European Court of Human Rights.