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Bulletin 111: Spring 2003

In this issue: Annual Conference Dutch Utopia Children’s Commissioner for England? Children’s sexual ‘rights’ The ‘proof’ that sex education works Review: Sex, condoms and STDs Annual Conference   Saturday 28 June 2003 The Royal Air Force Club 128 Piccadilly, London W1 10.30am-5.00pm This year’s annual general meeting and annual conference will be held, as usual, …


Lessons from low teenage pregnancy rates in the Netherlands

The lessons to be learned from the extremely low Dutch teenage pregnancy rate should be applied to the UK government’s teenage pregnancy strategy, according to a new report from the Family Education Trust. This will entail cutting benefits for teenage mothers and strengthening the family. Deconstructing the Dutch Utopia, by Dutch sociologist Joost van Loon, …


Bulletin 110: Winter 2002/2003

In this issue: The Challenge TeamThe Other Three Rs goes live!Ronald Butt CBE The Dutch UtopiaBook Review News in briefSome recent publications available from Family Education TrustAnd finally . . . The Challenge Team In the autumn of 2002, for the third year running, member Sue Relf arranged a visit to the UK by the …


Playing Russian Roulette with Sexual Health

Too much faith is placed in condoms as a means of improving the nation’s sexual health, according to the Family Education Trust. In a new factsheet, which is being mailed to all secondary schools in the UK this week, Trevor Stammers warns that reliance on condoms could actually increase the number of unwanted pregnancies and …


Bulletin 109: Autumn 2002

In this issue: The Baroness Young, DL Experiments in Living News in Brief The Challenge Team Population control and family planning A report from Scotland Review: There is such a thing as society Some recent publications available from Family Education Trust The Baroness Young, DL The death of the Baroness Young, a sponsor of the …


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