This issue of Quality/Calidad/Qualité describes the experience of one adolescent sexuality program, Gente Joven in Mexico. Gente Joven began by acknowledging reality: that the problems related to teenage sexuality will not go away simply by denying their existence. Along the way Gente Joven learned, and is continuing to learn, many lessons about how to build a successful program for adolescents. Here they share their experiences and the Afterword explores in greater depth one particular issue that Gente Joven has identified as its next major challenge: re-examining their work with young people from a gender perspective.
Marques, Magaly, John M. Paxman, and Judith Bruce. 1993. "Gente Joven/Young People: A dialogue on sexuality with adolescents in Mexico," Quality/Calidad/Qualité no. 5. New York: Population Council.
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