On Thursday, 2 November 2017, Rutgers is organising a festive event to celebrate its 50th Anniversary. During this event Sophie Hilbrand (Dutch radio and TV presenter) will lead the debate with professionals, policy makers, politicians and young people about the development of sexuality in the Netherlands and about the part that the Netherlands plays abroad. His Majesty King Willem Alexander will attend part of the programme.
Young people are naturally curious about sex and sexuality. Rutgers asserts the right of young people to receive adequate education to make well-informed choices in relationships and their sexual lives. Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) means providing information and guidance about the physical and emotional aspects of growing up and starting relationships.
Yes I Do is a strategic alliance of five Dutch-based organisations that strives for a future in which girls (and their communities, and nations) are no longer subjected to the debilitating and poverty-inducing impacts of child marriage (CM) female genital mutilation/ cutting (FGM/C), and unwanted teenage pregnancies (TP).
The Prevention+ consortium is co-organiser of the second global expert meeting on gender-based violence prevention in Johannesburg, South Africa titled, "Five Days of Violence Prevention." Ilze Smit, Project Leader of Rutgers' involvement in the Paternity Leave Campaign in the Netherlands is representing Prevention+ at this space. Together with the conference's participants, she is supporting in efforts to co-develop violence prevention strategies for adaptation in different regional and national contexts, and is exploring opportunities to strengthen young and adult male involvement in gender equality initiatives.
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