Note: The “Fulfil!” publication defines “young people” as beginning at age 10. Please also note that since UNESCO and WHO staff helped write this guide, it indicates support for the following radical ideologies from those two UN agencies as well.
Promotes Freedom of Sexual Expression for Children
Promotes a Right to Sexual Pleasure for Children
Promotes Transgender Hormones/Surgeries for Children Without Parental Consent
Promotes CSE as a Compulsory Right
These are the radical ideologies that we are up against!
CSE programs worldwide are designed to teach children all about sexual acts and alleged “sexual rights” as defined by Planned Parenthood.
For more quotes from “Fulfil,” click here.
At the United Nations
Family Watch has been at the forefront of the global pushback against CSE for many years. Having first exposed the UN’s inter-agency “technical guidance” on CSE when it was released in January, and then having analyzed and documented many other harmful UN agency-supported CSE materials.
A full list of harmful UN-supported CSE materials and programs is exposed on our StopCSE.org website under the “CSE Exposed” tab.
Fighting CSE Globally
From Kenya (speaking on CSE at an event with the First Lady), to Uganda (presented on CSE in parliament at the launch of Uganda’s new parliamentary pro-life caucus), to Rwanda (addressed law students at the university and met with the minister of family), to Moldova(speaking at a World Congress of Families), we at Family Watch have been warning and equipping government, religious and civil society leaders throughout Africa and Europe.
See also this major analysis pointing out 10 serious concerns with Uganda’s new sexuality education framework.
We have been exposing and working to stop CSE, not only in Africa (see here, here and here) and Europe (see here), but also in Latin America (see here), Asia (see here), and the Caribbean (see here and here).
We are fighting CSE in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill lobbying individual Senators and Congressmen, even holding a major congressional event to premiere “The War on Children” and also presenting new research showing that federally funded CSE programs have failed in U.S. schools. (See my Washington Times op-ed here.) We are fighting CSE in every state in the U.S.
We are even fighting CSE in my home state of Arizona. (See this program that received federal funding in Arizona and this one that has been implemented in Tucson.)
And that’s not all.
Our next newsletter will highlight our exciting launch of phase I of our Protect Child Health project, with our new website and multiple new tools for protecting children from the harmful CSE agenda.
As you can see, our Family Watch team has been quite busy protecting children at the UN and from continent to continent.
But our main work is informing and equipping good people around the world with the tools they need to protect their own children and their families.
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