The World Health Organisation has orchestrated a ‘framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists’ titled, Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe.
Its purpose is to standardise (in other words override) the diverse teaching practices of each sovereign nation within Europe and the wider international community with regards to sexual education.
Having all-but forced European nations to comply, the United Nations is seeking to expand a similar framework to all UN member states – including Australia.
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