Archive for the Schools Category

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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A global review of interventions engaging boys and young men in prevention

This 2011 research initiative reviews a wide range of international programs aimed at engaging boys and young men in the prevention of violence against women with an focus on sexual violence. While it is clear that more research is needed in this area, this document contextualises the

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International resources

Where do you draw the digital line? is a website to help young people navigate digital safety with an emphasis on text-stalking and sexting. Check out the ‘call out’ cards and the textual harassment vid in particular.

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Introducing 16 Songs for 16 Days

This project was developed as a means of engaging young people who were accessing housing support services around the issues of violence against women.  This engagement was undertaken through group work with young people and culminated in the production of a hip hop CD, containing messages against

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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.

PiP is resourced by