Are you looking to deliver sexual health and respectful relationships education to young people?
This online hub has the resources you need to develop, deliver and evaluate sexual health and respectful relationships education programs with and for young people.
These resources have been developed to support the diverse needs of young people in Melbourne’s west with consideration to literacy support needs, whole-of-setting approaches and culturally appropriate content. We believe that these programs and their associated resources can support the planning, delivery and evaluation phases of your own sexual health and respectful relationships education initiatives.
You, Me and Us trains and supports culturally and linguistically diverse young women aged 18-24 to become peer educators in the primary prevention of violence against women. These peer educators then co-deliver respectful relationships and education sessions with a health promotion worker in schools, sporting clubs, youth organisations and higher education institutions.
Girls Talk Guys Talk helps secondary schools in Victoria to create supportive environments for promoting respectful relationships and sexual health. The key is a whole-school approach involving curriculum, community and culture. There is an emphasis on student groups as the driving force of the program, giving students ownership of their own learning.
Human Relations prepares newly arrived young people for their entry into mainstream schooling by increasing their knowledge and skills around sexuality and respectful relationships. Newly arrived young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds have limited access to sexuality and respectful relationships education compared with their Australian peers.
Caught Between Two Cultures provides sexual and reproductive health education to young African Australian women. It considers the health, safety and wellbeing needs of women that may have been affected by female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C). Its title symbolises the struggle of maintaining cultural identity whilst integrating into western culture.