Sex education: less than 20% of French students benefit from it

Published on :

A law adopted in France in 2001 made sex education lessons in school compulsory, but the text is not applied. We talk about it with our guest Diane Richard, from the feminist collective #NousToutes who insists on the decisive role of the school in the prevention of sexist and sexual violence.

Also on this show:

Iran, where demonstrations are multiplying after the death of Mahsa Amini, this young woman of 22 years arrested by the morality police for not having correctly worn her veil in public.

Bolivia, where cholitas, indigenous women, go mountaineering in traditional skirts to fight sexism and discrimination.

Europe 1

Back to top button