We also address the needs of young people attending special schools or in vocational education and vulnerable groups like migrants and refugees.
We reach many more people through our websites, online resources and campaigns.
Rutgers trains students to become healthcare professionals with the right knowledge about sexual health and skills to work sensitively around sex, gender and sexual diversity. We also have a curriculum for people training to be primary or secondary school teachers.
We run campaigns positively addressing sexual harassment and provide training on gender norms.
Dutch approaches and attitudes to sex and sexuality have attracted global attention because of the Netherlands’ impressive record on teen sexual health.
Dutch teens generally start having sex later than in other European countries or the United States. Most 12 to 25 year olds in the Netherlands say they had ‘wanted and fun’ first sexual experiences.