Table 3

Comprehensive sexuality education

YearHuman Rights CouncilGeneral AssemblyCommission on the Status of Women
2014A/RES/69/147, p. 11
‘comprehensive sexual and reproductive health-care services, commodities, information and education’55
‘comprehensive sexual and reproductive health-care services, commodities, information and education’,50 p. 11
2015A/HRC/RES/29/14, p. 4
‘access to quality education, including comprehensive sexuality education’56
A/RES/70/137, p. 15
‘comprehensive evidence-based education on human sexuality’57
Political declaration adopted
2016A/HRC/RES/32/4, p. 3
‘enhance women’s sexual and reproductive health as well as education, providing age appropriate, sexual health information, education’58
A/RES/71/170, p. 9
‘comprehensive education information on sexual and reproductive health, in full partnership with young people, parents, legal guardians, caregivers, educators and health-care providers’59
 Same paragraph as 2014
2017A/HRC/RES/35/10, p. 5
‘comprehensive sexuality education, based on full and accurate information, for all adolescents and youth, in a manner consistent with their evolving capacities, with appropriate direction and guidance from parents and legal guardians’60
A/RES/72/146, p. 4
‘comprehensive education, relevant to cultural contexts, that provides adolescent girls and boys and young women and men, in and out of school, consistent with their evolving capacities, with information on sexual and reproductive health’
‘in full partnership with young persons, parents, legal guardians, caregivers’61
‘universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services, including for family planning, information and education’,52 p. 11
2018A/HRC/38/L.6, p. 5
Same paragraph as 2017
A/RES/73/148, p. 5
Double-parent paragraph
Double-parent paragraph
2019Double-parent paragraph
  • A ‘-‘ indicates no SRHR pertaining resolution available.