Phoebe McIndoe writes and presents for The RAP Project and spoke at last year’s Telegraph Education Festival 2018. Recently, she represented RAP at the Durex-sponsored Sexual Rights Conference organised for National Human Rights Day at the UCL Centre of Gender and Global Health. Phoebe hopes to work toward a future where students can openly discuss sex, sexuality, relationships. She strongly believes that in todays digitalised and sexualised culture, schools must prioritise teaching students social and digital skills, enabling them to mature into healthy adults.
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