Posts Tagged ‘comprehensive sexuality education’

02/15/2018

Sexuality Education Partner Highlight: Teen Health Mississippi

At Faith in Women we know that access to quality sexuality education is critical for ensuring young people have the tools and information they need to lead healthy, happy lives. Mississippi parents know this too–that’s why they overwhelmingly support age-appropriate sexuality education in public schools. As we continue to work toward universal, comprehensive sexuality education […]

01/09/2018

Celebrating Our Members

As we kick off this new year at Faith in Women, we first want to take this opportunity to celebrate the amazing contributions of our supporters in 2017.  In December we asked you to participate in a year-end engagement survey to let us know about the work you have done in your communities to advance […]

07/14/2017

July Partner Highlight: Women’s Foundation of Mississippi

Women’s Foundation of Mississippi Our summer blog series features some of our partner organizations working in the reproductive health, rights, and justice movement. This month we highlight the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi. The Women’s Foundation of Mississippi has been a supporter of the work of Faith in Women since our earliest days. Here’s a little […]

02/09/2017

February Resource Review: Responding to Common Questions about Sex Ed

This is the second part of our blog series focused on comprehensive sexuality education. You can read our introductory post here. Over the course of 2017 we’ll also discuss topics like reproductive justice, health care, and advocacy- so stay tuned! Thinking of starting a sex ed program in your church or faith community? Are you […]

01/23/2017

January Resource Review: Comprehensive Sexuality Education

Welcome to the Faith in Women Resource Review! This monthly blog series will feature some of our favorite tools and resources, and we’re kicking things off with an introduction to our 2017 work on comprehensive sexuality education.   Why is Faith in Women focusing on comprehensive sexuality education (often referred to simply as “sex ed”)? […]