Healthy relationships
 

  • The Empowerment Trust has programmes for people of all ages that focus on developing skills for protecting and respecting healthy boundaries, which are essential to preventing sexual abuse and assault, and ensuring consent in sexual activities. Programmes include face-to-face workshops, resources, toolkits and e-learning will be available shortly. https://empowermenttrust.nz/fullpower-healthy-relationships/intro/ 

  • Are you OK? Aotearoa New Zealand-based website focusing on family violence primarily, but incorporating sexual violence. Contains resources targeted both towards individuals and organizations. http://areyouok.org.nz/

  • Rape Prevention Education. Aotearoa NZ website covering a range of topics such as consent, sexual violence, rape culture, harmful sexual behaviour, porn, self care, and active bystanding. Covers programmes focused on secondary schools including Bodysafe, Mates & Dates, and professional development. https://rpe.co.nz/

  • Mates & Dates. A healthy relationships programme focused on secondary school students, but provides relevant material for young people’s relationships, dating and sexual violence. https://www.matesanddates.co.nz/

  • You, Me, Us booklet. Discusses healthy and abusive relationships in rainbow communities, including many generally applicable details too. Targeted towards people in relationships, and supplies booklets and posters to order or print which may be used as a resource. https://ry.org.nz/what-we-do/resources/youmeus

Resources

https://www.theduluthmodel.org/wheels/

ADDRESSING SEXUAL HARM ON & AROUND CAMPUS:
A TOOLKIT FOR ACTION

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