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DRAFT LAW N° 660/Â X establishes the REGIME of APPLICATION is the ED 1 BILL N. º 660/X establishes the REGIME of APPLICATION is of EDUCATION is the SCHOOL-BASED SEXUAL display memorandum guaranteeing sexual and reproductive health in contemporary society is the condition necessary for the harmonious development of the human person. The recognition of the equality of gender, the right to access is contracepÃ, the promotion of motherhood and fatherhood responsible and aware, the generalizaÃ of family planning, and the guarantee of not discrimination in the role of sexual orientation, as the Portuguese conquests, and already are properly framed in jurÃ planning dico Portuguese. recognition of sexual education and planning familiar as fundamental components of the right to education, in 1984; the regulation of family planning consultations, in 1985; the impulse given to the sexual education, and the creation of support offices in schools, in 1999; the compulsory promotion of sexual health and the reflection on issues of human sexuality in middle school, in 2000; and the despenalizaÃ of the interruption of the volunteer of pregnancy in 2007, represent relevant moments in history ³ of sexual and reproductive health of the Portuguese, who had the most decisive contribution of the Socialist Youth and the Socialist Party and their Governments.
2 in this context, a system of application of sexual education in schools constituirÃ is another step for the sexual and reproductive health of young people. The reality in matter of sexual education in schools in Portugal is known and insatisfatÃ ³ still laugh. Taking conscience of insuficiÃ references identified in this area, the XVII constitutional Government promoted the Constitution of a working group for Sexual education (5.), made up of recognized experts and coordinated by Prof. Dr. Daniel Sampaio; the result of the work of this group, focused on the lifetime achievement of sexual education in schools in Portugal, was recently brought to public. Matter should be borne in mind that the numbers of infected of HIV/AIDS in Portugal (with over 30000 Portuguese infected, of which 15% with less than 25 years), the high rate of pregnancy in adolescence, and social behaviors ³ discriminatÃ rivers in relation to gender and sexual orientation, are sufficiently worrisome to warrant new measures to ensure an effective application of sexual education in middle school. In fact, these data, verified against the latest study conducted by the Association for Family planning lia (APF) about the sexual education of the young Portuguese, and which reveals the difficulties of them to discuss the theme, with parents (more than 50% never talked with his father about sexuality, and more than 30% never spoke with the mother) , and in which a large majority assumes have already had sexual relationship µ s, make imperative a complementary role of the school in matter of sexual education, since the Portuguese and European young people spend about two third of the day in school. Recognising in all this the role essential to the family, the parents, in charge of education and teachers while defining partners 3 sexual education of adolescents and young people, and in order to implement the essential conclusion µ s resulting from meritÃ ³ River 5. work, giving a new impetus to the Poland of policies promotion of education for reproductive and sexual health , the Parliamentary Group of the Socialist Party presents this draft law laying down the arrangements for the application of sexual education in schools. The new regime that proposed µ and defines, in particular, the purposes of the sexual education, the curriculum content to the different levels of education and not its load times, framing, from a legal standpoint, the figure of the teacher-Coordinator of education for health and sexual education as well as the offices of the information and support offered by 5. still promoting the creation of an annual day of sexual education in schools. Thus, under the wrapping µ s constitutional and regulations applicable, the Members of the parliamentary group of the Socialist Party presents the following draft law: Article 1. º purpose and Ã ¢ scope 1. This law establishes and regulates the application of sexual education in basic education and secondary education. 2. this law applies to all establishments in the public network as well as to private and cooperative network establishments with membership contract, the entire territory by ³ national river.
2 Article 4. º Purposes Constitute purposes of sexual education: a) the valorizaÃ of sexuality and affection between people in individual development; b) the development of competence in the young substances which make it possible to make safe and informed choices in the field of sexuality; c) improvement of affective-sexual relationships of young people; d) the reduction of negative experiences of consequence sexual behaviours, such as pregnancy is not desired and the µ s infection transmission sexually available; and) the capacity for protection in the face of all forms of exploitation and sexual abuse; f) respect for the difference between the people and the various µ s sexual orientation; g) the valorizaÃ of a responsible and informed sexuality; h) the promotion of gender equality; I) recognition of the importance of participation in the educational process of in charge of education, students, teachers and technicians of health.
Article 1, paragraph 3. Modalities. In basic education, sexual education is part of the Ã ¢ scope of education to health, in the curricular areas not disciplinary. 2. In secondary education, sexual education is part of the Ã ¢ scope of sexual education in the disciplinary curricular areas and not disciplinary.
5 3. The provisions of the previous numbers does not affect the transversal nature of sexual education in the other disciplines of the curricula of several years.
Article 4. º curricular content in basic education 1. The sexual education in basic education shall include the following content to the curriculum 4. Â º year of schooling: a) understanding of body; (b)) the body in harmony with nature; c) Notion of family read; d) differences between boys and girls; e) protection of the body and understanding the limits. 2. The sexual education in basic education shall include the following curricular content in 5 ' and 6 ' th years: a) biological and emotional ³ Aspects of puberty; (b)) the body in transformation; c) secondary sexual Characters; d) diversity and tolerance; and) sexuality and gender; f) human reproduction and growth; g) ContracepÃ and family planning. 3. The sexual education in basic education shall include the following curricular content between 7 and 9. Â º year of schooling: a) understanding of the General Physiology of human reproduction; b) understanding of the menstrual cycle and ovulatÃ ³ River;
6 c) understanding of sexuality as one of the most sensÃ available components of the human person, in the context of a life project that integrates values and an ethics dimension; d) understanding of the prevalence, use and accessibility of contraceptive methods and meet, briefly, the mechanisms of action and tolerance; and) understanding of epidemiology and prevalence of the main µ s infection sexually transmitted in Portugal and in the world, in particular HIV/AIDS and the HPV/SEE human papilloma viruses, their aftermath and methods of prevention; f) knowledge of the rates and national maternity trends in General and adolescence in particular and understand its meaning; g) knowledge of the rates and trends of interruption of µ s volunteer of pregnancy and its meaning; h) understanding of the notion of parenting in the context of a sexual and reproductive health healthy and responsible; I) knowledge of the legislation and the services which may come in Ã ¢ scope of sexual and reproductive health. 4. The curriculum in content in neas) and the previous number) will have to be addressed, preferably in 7. Â º and 8. Â º years. 5. The content provided in the curriculum in nea f) and (g)) of the n. º 3 will have to be addressed, preferably in 8. Â° and 9. Â º years.
5. Article 7 Â° curricular content in secondary education Without prejuÃ zo for a new approach to content provided for basic education, sexual education in secondary education shall include the following: curriculum content) knowledge reinforcement of the physiology of reproduction and sexuality; b) reinforcement of knowledge on contracepÃ; c) reinforcement of safe and informed choices in the field of sexuality; d) respect for equality between people regardless of gender and/or sexual orientation; e) understanding of the issues µ s on is sexual violence and gender, as well as the issues µ is subjects of sexuality and µ s loving relationship; f) knowledge of the legislation and the services which may come in Ã ¢ scope of sexual and reproductive health.
Article 6. º ria time Load the load times ria dedicated is sexual education, in each educational level not, can not be less than 12 hours per academic year, subdivided equally by the various academic perÃ odos.
7 Article 8. º educational project of school sexual education is subject to inclusion ³ binding ria educational projects of groups of schools and schools are not grouped, along the lines defined by the General Council, after hearing the µ s Association of students.
Article 8. º teaching staff 1. Each group of schools and school not grouped must designate a teacher-Coordinator of education for health and sexual education. 2. Each group of schools and school not grouped must have an interdisciplinary team of education to health and sex education, with a size suitable to the number of existing classes, coordinated by teacher-Coordinator. 3. It is for this team: a) manage the Office of information and student support; b) Ensure the application of curriculum content; c) Promote community involvement in education; d) Organize initiatives to complement the curriculum to judge appropriate. 4. Each class has a teacher responsible for education to health and sexual education. 5. The µ s regional direction of education must ensure the monitoring, supervision and coordination of education for health and sexual education in schools and school groups are not grouped, being responsible for 9 production of ³ report rivers of valuation by period ³ doctors based in particular in question are made in schools. 6. The qualification of µ s required as well as the conditions for exercÃ µ cio of µ s function defined in this article, will have to be fixed by order of the Member of Government responsible for the area of education.
Article 1, paragraph 9. Partnerships. Without prejuÃ zo to article above, education for health and sexual education should have the monitoring of health professionals of the health units and their local community. 2. The Ministry of health is the condition assegurarÃ µ s of cooperation of the health units with the schools or school groups are not grouped. 3. The Ministry of education and the groupings of schools and schools not grouped may still establish partnership protocols with µ s organization not duly recognized Government and specialized in the area, for especÃ projects, in the Government regulatory.
Article 10. º Offices of information and support 1. The groupings of schools and schools not grouped the 2. Â° Â° 3 and cycle of basic education and secondary education must provide students with a Cabinet of information and support on the part of the education for health and sexual education.
10 2. The care and operation of its Office of information and support are provided by professionals with training in the areas of education for health and sexual education. 3. The Office of information and support from each school articulates your activity with the faulty units of health of the local community or other State bodies, in particular the Portuguese Youth Institute. 4. The Cabinet of information and support to ensure a period of operation method perÃ minimum of 3 hours per week. 5. The schools offer a decent space for operation of the Office, organized with the participation of the students, which ensures confidentiality to its users. 6. The offices of information and support will have to be integrated in educational projects of groups of schools and schools are not grouped, involving especially the students in setting its objectives. 7. In secondary education, the Office of information and support to ensure students the free distribution of contraceptive methods are not subject to the master recipe method tip, existing in the health units.
Article 11.-th day of the Sexual education Each school or school group not grouped must devote one day in each school year is sexual education, involving the school community in lectures, debates, training or other activities on the topic, using where necessary, collaboration from other public entities and µ s organization does not.
11 Article 12. º participation of the school community 1. The people in charge of education, students and their representative structures must have an active role in prossecuÃ and lifetime achievement of the purposes of this Act. 2. No prejuÃ zo of purposes of sexual education, the respective communities, in particular the advice ³ pedagÃ gicos, can develop all the action complement curricular µ s as they deem appropriate for better training in the area of sexual education.
Article 13. Â° Regulation the Government regulates the present law within 120 days after ³ s to your publication.
Article 14. º valuation the Government sends is the Assembly of the Republic a ³ global River reports valuation on the application of sexual education in schools, based on reports by doctors of the ³ ³ rivers direction µ s regional education after ³ s the two academic years following is entry into force of this law.
15. Article 12 Â° entry into force 1. Without prejuÃ zo to numbers following, this law shall enter into force on the numerous heat of the 2009/2010 school year. 2. The offices of information and support to the student must be in operation in all groupings of schools and schools not grouped to the numerous heat of the 2010/2011 school year. 3. the provisions of article 11. Â° enter into force in the current school year.
Assembly of the Republic, February 10 2009 Members,
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