The resources below are designed to increase staff knowledge and understanding of a range of topics when it comes to sexual abuse/harassment, including handling a disclosure, responding and recognising sexual abuse and preventing sexual violence. Each of these topics are imperative in reducing sexual abuse/harassment rates.
RespectEd Aotearoa (formerly Sexual Abuse Prevention Network) runs workshops for “Dealing with Disclosures” (https://respected.org.nz/professionalservices/dealing-with-disclosures/) and “Sexual Harassment Prevention” (https://respected.org.nz/professionalservices/workplace-sexual-harassment/). They have programmes aimed at both younger audiences and adults. They can tailor the workshops to suit the group. Based in Wellington. https://respected.org.nz/training/
Oxford University Press course for university staff around dealing with disclosures. Online course with a cost, however there is a free trial. https://www.epigeum.com/courses/support-wellbeing/responding-disclosures-sexual-violence/
TOAH-NNEST | Te Ohaakii a Hine-National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together. Good Practice: Responding to sexual violence in Aotearoa contains information on getting help throughout Aotearoa New Zealand, prevention, training and resources (important for support services as well) http://toahnnestgoodpractice.org/crisis-support-services
Medical Sexual Assault Clinicians Aotearoa (MEDSAC) | Recognition and response to sexual assault and intimate partner violence in Primary Care (online lecture) (2018) https://medsac.org.nz/Article?Action=View&Article_id=46