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Probing the politics of comprehensive sexuality education: 'Universality' versus 'Cultural Sensitivity': a Dutch–Bangladeshi collaboration on adolescent sexuality education
Sex Education : Sexuality, Society and Learning
As part of Western European development aid policy, comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is increasingly promoted in resource-poor countries. This paper engages with CSE promotion in Bangladesh funded by the Dutch Government. It unpacks the 'collaboration' by looking at how a paradox is played out between the universal ideals underlying a broader transnational rights-approach and the intended cultural sensitivity by adapting CSE to the targeted context. Feminist scholarship on thedoi:10.1080/14681811.2017.1403894 fatcat:6mhtf7odvvevjcwi2d5a7p7m6y