Policy Briefs

Sex Education in Public School: Sexualization of Children and LGBT Indoctrination. (Family Research Council Publication)


Abort Planned Parenthood: End Their Empire of Abortion, Deception, Fraud, and the Sexualization of Children. (FWI Special Report) This detailed report provides evidence regarding Planned Parenthood’s many questionable and harmful activities both in the U.S. and internationally.


International Planned Parenthood Federation & Children’s “Right” to Sex. (FWI Policy Brief) International Planned Parenthood Federation seeks to establish “sexual rights” as internationally protected human rights, including a right to sexual pleasure for children from birth. This policy brief exposes IPPF and their blatant attempts to sexualize children and youth.


Re-Examining the Evidence for Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Schools: A Global Research Review (The Institute for Research & Evaluation)  This research review found that in applying meaningful standards of effectiveness—criteria that have scientific validity and practical utility for policymakers and parents—to sex education outcomes produces a very different pattern of evidence for school-based CSE than what is typically reported by other research reviews that employ lax definitions of effectiveness. Using this more-credible approach, the claims that school-based CSE has been proven effective and AE is ineffective are not supported by 120 of the strongest and most recent outcome studies of sex education worldwide, the same studies that have been relied upon by the U.S. government and UNESCO in their extensive reviews of CSE research. Three decades of research indicate that comprehensive sex education has not been an effective public health strategy in schools around the world, has shown far more evidence of failure than success, and has produced a concerning number of harmful impacts. The evidence for abstinence education effectiveness in the U.S., though limited, appears more promising—enough to justify additional research.


Protecting Children and the Family from the Global Sexual Rights Revolution. (FWI Presentation by Sharon Slater) Presented at Warsaw University Marriage Conference September 29, 2016, this paper provides a broad overview of the global sexual rights revolution that seeks to fundamentally change society as we know it by sexualizing children, redefining the family, and changing societal norms regarding gender and sexual issues. It identifies some of the entities and actors methodically working to advance a calculated, highly controversial sexual rights agenda, as well as some of the main tools used by sexual rights activists. Finally, this paper will show how children and youth are being groomed by sexual rights activists to advance this sexual rights revolution.


The Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education(FWI Policy Brief) Rather than focus on the legitimate education needs of the world’s children as required by his mandate, the former UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education abused his position and has attempted to unilaterally establish a new controversial right to comprehensive sexuality education, thereby bypassing the UN Member State negotiation process.


The International Guidelines on Sexuality Education(FWI Policy Brief)This policy brief analyzes the original 2009 sexual rights-based publication issued by UNESCO in collaboration with UNICEF, UNFPA and WHO. It was intended to drive sex education programs taught to children in schools worldwide. It is very offensive and is contrary to what most parents would want their children exposed to. The original Guidelines have since been revised due to public outcry, but you can read them in their entirety here.


The Status of “Comprehensive Sexuality Education” Under International Law. (FWI Policy Brief)  Comprehensive sexuality education is one of the most controversial terms at the United Nations, and fights over CSE have contributed in large part to UN documents being withdrawn from negotiations because States bitterly disagreed.  Since UN agencies and their allies that promote CSE have been so unsuccessful in getting the body of the UN to openly and willingly adopt CSE as an international right, CSE advocates have resorted to interpreting language such as “education on sexual and reproductive health,” or “inclusive education” to encompass a right to CSE or to be defined as CSE.  Family Watch has created this policy brief to provide context and clarifications.


The Deceptive “Eastern and Southern African (ESA) Commitment” on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) (FWI Policy Brief) UN agencies, their allied organizations, and several Western governments are using deceptive strategies to further their radical sexual rights agenda by facilitating multilateral government “commitment” documents to promote comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) for young children. This strategy of using CSE “commitment” or “declaration” documents has been implemented in Eastern and Southern Africa and in the Latin American and Caribbean region. All countries should be alert to this tactic.