Sex & Relationships (SRE)
The Centre for HIV and Sexual Health passionately believes that sexuality is an integral part of being human and that this should be reflected in a positive approach to the delivery of SRE. Comprehensive and timely SRE is a human right and is vital, both before someone becomes sexually active and after they develop sexual relationships.
We believe that good SRE, which imparts knowledge as well as developing skills, is a prerequisite for negotiating, consensual, meaningful and pleasurable sex and relationships. Good SRE should include issues such as power imbalances, gender inequalities and issues relating to sexual orientation.
Sheffield Sex & Relationships Bulletin
The aim of the Bulletin is to let readers know about current issues relating to SRE for young people in Sheffield.
If you would like to subscribe, contribute or submit an article for inclusion in the next bulletin, please send an email to Liz Wilson at the Centre for HIV & Sexual Health Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!
Read the current issue here SRE Bulletin Autumn 2012
Sex & Relationships Forum
‘Sexualisation’ & ‘Young People and Sexual Exploitation January 2012′
‘Sexualisation’ – does it exist and is it a problem? Katie Marvin, Public Health Analyst
Young People and Sexual Exploitation, Joanne Davies, Taking Stock, Sheffield Futures and Connexions;
Date of next Forum: Monday 26th March 2012 at 3.30 for 4.00
See http://www.sexualhealthsheffield.nhs.uk/contact-us/ on how to find us