In May 2021, Europe marked the 10th anniversary of the signing of the so-called Istanbul Convention, the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combatting violence against women and domestic violence.

This paper has been commissioned by EEA and contains reflections on theology, communication, legal & policy issues.

This paper is based on a longer policy framework document approved by EEA’s Public Policy Authorisation Team.

EEA paper on “Human Rights and Education – What are the rights of parents, children and teachers when they object to parts of the curriculum?”. This briefing gives advice for those who think that some school lessons, most likely to be on religion or sex and gender issues, clash with their beliefs.

Right from the start Micah Network (2001) has been addressing issues of gender disparity, inequality and injustice. In 2009, Micah Network produced an interim Gender Policy.

Original title:“När två blir ett. Sex och samlevnad ue wrr kristet perspektiv.” /’When two become one. Sex & togetherness from a Christian perspective.’/ This Youth resources are developed by the Swedish EA and are available in Swedish.

Original title:“Origen y desarollo de la ideologia de genero, fundamentos teologicos del matrimonio y la familia” /’The origin and development of the ideology of gender, Theological foundations of marriage and the family’/. This resource developed by the Spanish EA and it is available in Spanish.

This resource contains 6 lessons with videos & questions and is developed by From the Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL).

This resource has been produced by EAUK and it seeks to help Christians, as individuals and gathered communities, begin to understand and respond well to transgender individuals and the broader ideological movement.

EurECA paper “Gender Mainstreaming & Related Issues: A short overview about Gender Mainstreaming, its history and its relationship to Non-Discrimination/Diversity Mainstreaming”

EurECA Position Paper on Sexuality Education. While different sides can agree upon the importance of sexuality education, there are disagreements regarding the philosophical, theological and thus anthropological views behind sexuality education.