Archive for the Respectful Relationships Education Category

Entertaining educational theatre to help reduce the instances of bullying in school and create harmonious relationships within our community

Sticks & Stones K-6 & 7-10 Brainstorm Productions theatrical anti-bullying program that can be used as a complementary resource for respectful relationship education programs. The production addresses key good practice elements from the Respectful Relationships Education report, with a strong focus on the prevention of violence, fostering respectful relationships,

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New Victorian Government Respectful Relationships curriculum resource

The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has released Building Respectful Relationships – Stepping Out Against Gender-Based Violence, a new teaching resource for Victorian secondary students to learn about respectful relationships and preventing gender-based violence. It includes a set of sequential teaching activities specifically targeted to

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PiP Network Meeting, 2.00 – 4.30pm, Wednesday 16 July 2014

The next PiP meeting will be held on Wednesday 16 July. At this meeting, you will hear from: 1. Maree Crabbe, Reality & Risk project, Brophy Family and Youth Services Maree will explore how pornography and explicit sexual imagery is influencing young peoples’ understandings and experiences of gender and sex.

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Power and gender: how schools are taking a lead in the campaign to end violence against women

This significant article, developed by Bec Zajec for the Citizen on best practice respectful relationships education in Victoria, can be used by RRE workers to help explain what RRE is about and what it can achieve. Workers may find it useful in promoting the need for RRE to schools

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