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... More about Education , Children , School , Street Harassment , and Schoolgirl

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