Conference on Relationships and Sex Education
February 23, 2020

Christians came together in London on Saturday to hear concerns about the harmful sex education being taught to teenagers and young children in British schools. 

The conference, organised by Anglican Mainstream, brought together a broad spectrum of campaigners, including two Muslim parents from Birmingham, where protests were sparked in opposition to the No Outsiders diversity and equality programme.

Concerns among conservative parents of faith have been heightened by the roll-out this September of the Government’s new mandatory Relationships and Sex Education curriculum.

Read the full Christian Post report, here.

Whatch the IFTCC Communications report, below:


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