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What the New Relationships and Sex Education Schools Guidance Really Means with Lisa Hallgarten Doing It! with Hannah Witton

    • Relationships

In this episode, Hannah is joined by Lisa Hallgarten, who is the Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Brook. Lisa discusses Sexual Health Week 2020: Get Your RSE in Gear, and what the new UK law about mandatory sex and relationships education means for schools and teachers from September 2020. She and Hannah talk about the 30 year campaign to get RSE on the UK curriculum, the guidance released by the government, and what it does (and doesn’t) contain. Finally, Lisa and Hannah discuss the problem with “age-appropriateness” and Lisa gives some tips and resources for teachers.

✨MORE ABOUT LISA HALLGARTEN✨
Lisa is Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Brook the young people’s sexual health charity. She has spent her career as an educator, trainer and advocate for young people’s rights to accessible sexual health services; and championing inclusive, comprehensive, and sex-positive Relationships and Sex Education. She has published extensively on young people’s reproductive and sexual health; and in 2018 made a film to mark the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act: Kind to Women: how the 1967 Abortion Act changed our lives.
- Brook: https://www.brook.org.uk/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrookCharity
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brook_sexpositive/

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In this episode, Hannah is joined by Lisa Hallgarten, who is the Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Brook. Lisa discusses Sexual Health Week 2020: Get Your RSE in Gear, and what the new UK law about mandatory sex and relationships education means for schools and teachers from September 2020. She and Hannah talk about the 30 year campaign to get RSE on the UK curriculum, the guidance released by the government, and what it does (and doesn’t) contain. Finally, Lisa and Hannah discuss the problem with “age-appropriateness” and Lisa gives some tips and resources for teachers.

✨MORE ABOUT LISA HALLGARTEN✨
Lisa is Head of Policy and Public Affairs at Brook the young people’s sexual health charity. She has spent her career as an educator, trainer and advocate for young people’s rights to accessible sexual health services; and championing inclusive, comprehensive, and sex-positive Relationships and Sex Education. She has published extensively on young people’s reproductive and sexual health; and in 2018 made a film to mark the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act: Kind to Women: how the 1967 Abortion Act changed our lives.
- Brook: https://www.brook.org.uk/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrookCharity
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brook_sexpositive/

📝CHECK OUT THE SHOW NOTES 📝
https://doingitpodcast.co.uk

✨CONNECT WITH US ✨
https://www.instagram.com/doingitpodcast
https://twitter.com/doingitpodcast

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