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The response was overwhelming: more than 150 people from all over the world took part in an intense conversation in three languages on sex education, with a special focus on gender equality and girls' empowerment.

A1 Comprehensive Sexuality Education allow girls to know their bodies and learn about relationships. #knowitownit We — Génesis Luigi (@Gene_Luigi) October 11, 2016 A1 Gender equality is key - when girls win, we all win!

'Across more than three decades of research and 25,314 adolescents, this meta-analysis suggests that communication with parents - particularly among mothers and girls - has a protective effect on adolescent contraceptive and condom use.'Further research using more sophisticated assessments, longitudinal designs, and mixed-methods approaches are needed to advance this literature and to better understand the effect parents have on the health of their adolescents.

To celebrate the Day of the Girl and to mark the publication of two resources on Comprehensive Sexuality Education, IPPF organised a Twitter Chat inviting young people to share their opinions and experience of sexuality education.

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Author Dr Laura Widman, from North Carolina State University, said: 'Results of this study confirm that parent-adolescent sexual communication is a protective factor for youth, and a focus on communication remains justified in future intervention efforts.

#Know It Own It YIu P — Mary (@msmaryandes) October 11, 2016 Not only do young people want to have sex education, they want and need to shape the CSE programmes, in many different and creative ways: have you ever thought about music to share sexual health information?