Archive for the Resources Category

Primary prevention resources from VicHealth

A suite of practical tools and how-to guides to prevent violence against women before it occurs has been made available online by VicHealth.

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New sexual health resource e-manual – ‘DIYADI: Can we talk?’

This resource has been published for working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth. Health workers, nurses, health promotion workers and teachers may find this resource useful as it includes insights and perspectives on cultural traditions in the context of sexual health. You can view or download

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Video resources

Thanks to the PiP network member who drew my attention to these two resources around VAW. The first is aimed at young people and relates to textual harassment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2gIEqW-lL8  The second is a video produced by Women’s Aid in The UK starring Keira Knightley (this video contains

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Get A Grip resource

PiP members may like to check out this program for young people. Get A Grip is from Queensland and includes sessions on respectful relationships, consent and sex and offers resources including training handbooks for parents.

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Acknowledgement of country

DVRCV and the PiP network acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia.

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