Written by: Errol Naidoo
Article source: familypolicyinstitute.com
Great news! The values-based sexuality education curriculum, “Smart Choices” is finalised. So are the supplementary educational programs, “No Apologies, “Not Guilty” and “Tomorrow’s Leaders in Training.” We have also finalised the ‘Online Brochure’ that outlines the benefits of these programs You can preview what these educational programs offer parents and educators Here.
I have submitted the Smart Choices programs to certain educators, educational institutions and senior Church leaders for evaluation and consideration. Once we receive their response, the Smart Choices curriculum and the supplementary programs – which are safe, credible and agenda-free alternatives to the dangerous “Comprehensive Sexuality Education” (CSE) program – will be launched nationwide via a digital marketing campaign.
Instructed and funded by United Nations agencies like UNESCO, the DBE have appointed “Brand Ambassadors” to sell the poisonous ideology of CSE to the public. However, DBE Minister, Angie Motshekga confirmed CSE is not compulsory. Parents, educators and religious institutions are therefore free to adopt alternative programs that align with their values and principles.
Smart Choices and the age-appropriate supplementary programs adopts a sexual health and character-building approach to sexuality education based on traditional and common sense values. It is a safe and credible alternative to the abortion and LGBTQ propaganda Trojan Horse that is CSE.
Buckminster Fuller said, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” Smart Choices will make CSE obsolete not only because it’s a better model, but because it’s created by South African educators who understand the unique challenges faced by South African children.
More good news! God opened a major door for FPI at the United Nations. I received a Letter from the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) granting FPI ‘Special Consultative Status’ at the United Nations in New York and Geneva. The Status enables FPI to actively engage with ECOSOC and its subsidiary bodies, the United Nations Secretariat, funds and agencies.
Consultative Status at the UN also means I have access to Committee Meetings debating issues critical to family, parental rights, child protection and religious freedoms. More importantly, I now have access to representatives of Member-States to lobby for pro-family and religious freedoms resolutions.
God opened this significant door at a time when UN agencies are aggressively promoting anti-family policies in South Africa. I can now combat these agendas not only in South Africa but at its source – the United Nations – with the support of my pro-family allies at the “UN Family Rights Caucus.”
Sharon Slater, the President of “Family Watch International” is hosting a Webinar on Tuesday 29 Sept entitled, “Sexualising Children Worldwide – UNESCO’s Education Agenda.” She will share critical information about UNESCO’s agenda in South Africa and Africa during the Webinar.
The Webinar is hosted in Phoenix, Arizona in the US at 09H00 (18h00 SA time). You can register here for this 60 minute informative session.
Please note, the effectiveness of my pro-family work both in South Africa and at the United Nations is determined by FPI’s financial resources. That’s why your partnership in this critical battle is vital. Your support makes a huge difference.
Please donate today and help FPI fight for your values in Parliament, the United Nations, the media and general society. Your support helps defend the family and promote Biblical values in South Africa.
Date published: 29/09/2020
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