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Not all European countries have obligatory sex education in school. The following countries do, however: Austria (1970), Belgium (1995), Czech Republic (1970), Denmark (1970), Estonia (1996), Finland (1970), France (1998), Germany (1968), Greece (1995), Hungary (1974), Iceland (1975), Ireland (2003), Latvia (1998), Luxembourg (1973), Netherlands (1993), Norway (1974), Portugal (1999), Slovakia (1996) and Sweden (1955).
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