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UK schoolgirls are campaigning for public sexual harassment to be on the curriculum

UK schoolgirls are campaigning for public sexual harassment to be on the curriculum

As millions of students in England and Wales return to school after lockdown, a group of British schoolgirls is campaigning to include public sexual harassment on the curriculum. 

Our Streets Now is a grassroots intersectional campaign demanding street harassment be taught as part of PSHE (Personal, Social, Health, and Economic) or RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) lessons in schools. Founded by sisters Maya and Gemma Tutton in 2019, Our Streets Now’s campaign has been rapidly gathering steam. Their petition to make street harassment a criminal offence in the UK as been signed more than 200,000 times.  Read more…

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