THE HAGUE, Feb 24 (  A UN “Youth Forum” held February 6-7 as a prepcom for the upcoming five-year review of the “Programme of Action” established by the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD + 5) did not accurately reflect the views of world youth.  Professor Richard Wilkins of the NGO Family Voice charges that many of the “Recommendations” in the youth forum’s Report directly conflict with widely held religious norms and attack basic moral values.

Professor Wilkins reveals that the report calls for “Comprehensive sexual education in schools.”  And says further that such education “should be mandatory at all levels,” and “should cover sexual pleasure, confidence and freedom of sexual expression and orientation.”

Professor Wilkins has graciously made his complete report available to LifeSite:
The Hague Youth Forum’s Unfounded Attact on Basic Values