Following this letter, the education ministry sought advice from the attorney-general and the Commissioner for Children’s Rights. “According to the attorney-general’s ruling, parents have no right by the law to express their opinion either on the way sexual education is being taught nor on the material,” an official of the education ministry said.
She also said that there is no law provision to oblige the school to take permission from parents or guardians for teaching sex education to children.
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It is taught as a module in the subjects of health education in primary schools, in home economics in high schools and family education in lyceums.
But the commissioner for Children’s Rights, Leda Koursoumba, also said that the exclusion of children from sexual education programmes in schools would be a violation of their rights.
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She did not reply, nor make any comments that warrant such a remark.
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