According to its document, 82% of respondents respond to; assigns "an important level" that schools express ESI but there are different ideas about what the key objective should be. Only under 9% aimed at reducing sex violence as one of the key aims. Over half of respondents respond to women as a conflict for equal rights between men and women.
Consultee Gustavo Córdoba and Asociados conducted a national survey related to the achievement of comprehensive sexual education (ESI) and women. Out of the total number of respondents, 82.2% rated the fact that schools say ESI, although 15.3% did not think it was important.
Most of the consultees agreed that the school should not be the only one who provides sex education. 43.6% of the Argentine Act believes that both parents and schools need to fulfill this duty, and 35% think it is a particular reason for families and 16.8% that should be the primary responsibility of the school.
When the mediator has diminished these percentages in relation to the belief that each respondent said they are doing professional, it was found that the two credits (82.7%), Catholics (82.9 %) and evangelical (74.3%)) agree that the role of schools in this respect is important. "We do not get great differences in terms of gender, age range, education or gender level," they succeeded in the report.
The paper suggests that the criteria are categorized according to the criteria of what ESIT's main objective should be to teach with the schools. 30% said they should aim to "prevent diseases that have been triggered to STD sex", 29.1% should "do education to have a freedom of choice," 25.4% said they should "To reduce" non-needle "and only 8.9% were worried that they should" reduce the risk of sex among juveniles. "Equal percentages are available in all departments inspected .
A large majority (53.6%) see feminism as a result of "equal rights between men and women", although 21.7% is linked to the "anti-sexual violence campaign", on 7th , 2% is the "resettlement of women against men" and 6.6% that "threatens the traditional values of the community".
Although 77% of respondents agree with their belief that 50 and 50 people and women have a disability; live in roles in politics, "there is a large area of society that believes that women should have a special philosophy to focus on these roles.
From 2019, Argentina should be represented in the lists of national legislators in a similar way between women and men. In general, Argentinians took this idea created in the art. 60 bis of the National Election Code, with a percentage of almost 77% and closing at about 18.