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Jo Heslop

In: The SAGE Handbook of Youth Work Practice

Chapter 29: Coercion in Sexual Relationships: Challenging Values in School-based Work

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Coercion in Sexual Relationships: Challenging Values in School-based Work
Coercion in Sexual Relationships: Challenging Values in School-based Work
Jo Heslop
Introduction

Over the past two decades work addressing gender and sexual violence with young people has become a global concern. Much international development work has been focused in Sub-Saharan Africa, where research has highlighted girls being routinely exposed to forms of sexual violence, including sexual harassment, touching and peeping by male peers, pressures for sexual relationships from teachers and other men in exchange for better grades, gifts or money, and rape (DevTech Systems, 2007; Leach et al., 2003; Parkes and Heslop, 2011). A UN resolution was passed in 2015 calling on all countries to take action on gender violence in schools (UNESCO, 2015a), ...

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