On Thursday, March 21st, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the CONSENT Day will be held at the Auditorium of the FPCEE, entitled “The challenge of affective-sexual education: tools to prevent the impact of pornography on minors.”

During the event, early access to pornography and the promotion of healthy intimate relationships in youth will be addressed within the framework of the European project CONSENT. The results obtained in this research project will be presented, with the participation of student testimonials, families, teachers, experts in sex-affective education, and relevant institutional representatives (including the Government Delegate against Gender Violence, the Director-General for the Eradication of Male Violence, Department of Equality and Feminism, and the Director-General of Student Affairs, Department of Education).

The activity is free, but prior registration is required at the following link: