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Young People and Sexual Health: Towards Improved Standards for Sexual Education in Europe	

Date: Wednesday 21st October 2015 
Time: 10:00am — 4:30pm 
Venue: Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre  


09:15 Registration and Morning Refreshments 
10:00 Chair's Welcome and Opening Remarks 
10:10 Assessing Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health in Europe
•Evaluating Current Data on STIs/HIV, Teenage Pregnancy and Abortions
•Assessing EU Actions and Policies on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
•Discussing Challenges in Data Collection and Monitoring
•Recommendations for Future Policy Action
10:50 First Round of Discussions 
11:20 Morning Coffee Break 
11:40 Implementing and Fostering a Comprehensive Sexuality Education
•Promoting CSE at an Early Stage: The Role of Schools and Communities in Reducing Risky Behaviour
•Tackling Unintended Pregnancy and STDs/STIs Contraction: Enhancing Equitable Gender Relations, Strengthening a Tailored Sexuality Education
•Reaching Out to the Most Vulnerable and Marginalised Young Adolescents
•Future Policy Recommendations
12:10 Second Round of Discussions 
12:30 Networking Lunch 
13:30 Promoting Youth-Friendly, Accessible Health Services
•Improving Young People’s Access to and Use of Sexual Health Services
•Developing Adolescent-Friendly and Out-of-Facility SRHS
•Providing Specific SRH Trainings for Health Professionals and Social Workers
•Sharing Knowledge and Best Practice 
14:00 Third Round of Discussions 
14:30 Afternoon Coffee Break 
14:50 Encouraging Young People’s Involvement: Promoting Dialogue and Empowerment
•Building New Sexual Health Communication Strategies for Young Adolescents
•Ensuring Youth Participation in SRH Policies and Programmes Development
•Effectively Engaging Young People to Influence and Improve their Sexual Behaviour
•Conclusions and Recommendations
15:20 Fourth Round of Discussions 
15:50 Chair's Summary and Closing Remarks 
16:00 Networking Reception and Refreshments 
16:30 Symposium Close 

* Please note that the programme and speakers are subject to change without notice *

Who Should Attend?

•Teenage Pregnancy Co-ordinators
•Sexual Health Strategy Co-ordinators
•Local, Regional and National Health Services
•Sexual Health Treatment/Advisory Services
•Teachers and Senior Schools Staff
•Counselling Services
•Child Psychologists
•Sexual Health Support and Outreach Services
•Local and Regional Education and Children's Services
•Health Promotion Advisers
•School Nurses and Health Visitors
•Child and Education Psychologists
•Family Planning Specialists/Associations
•Looked After/Children in Care Teams
•Drug and Alcohol Action Teams
•Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
•Social Care Professionals
•Child Protection Officers
•National Governmental Agencies
•Third Sector Representatives
•Social Services
•Gender and Development Organisations
•Sexual Health NGOs
•Sexual Health Associations
•Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Services
•Reproductive Health Alliances
•Health Education and Research Centres
•National Societies for Sexology
•Sexuality and Health Foundations
•Associations for Clinical Sexology
•Youth Forums
•Youth Organisations
•Social Inclusion Organisations
•National Schools for Public Health
•Institutes of General Practice and Community Medicine
•Family Practitioners

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