Overview of human sexuality education in Georgia
July 20, 2022

Overview of human sexuality education in Georgia

The publication was prepared in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) within the framework of the Joint United Nations Program for Gender Equality. The material was designed with the financial support of Sweden. The study’s objective is to show how human sexuality education is provided in the general educational system of Georgia. 

The main results of the review confirmed that education about human sexuality is poorly represented in the general education system of Georgia. The least developed components of human sexuality education are the national curriculum, initial teacher training and professional development programs, monitoring and evaluation system, and connection to HRD services. The review found that schools fail to provide children and young people with important information about their feelings and bodies, sexual identity, gender-based violence, healthy relationships and other topics or issues.

UNFPA, 2022



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