Our training programs for younger people focus on communication in intimate relationships, sexual ethics and consent, and bystander strategies. Through non-sexual experiential learning, reflection, discussion and scenarios, young Australians develop skills they can use to be ethical in their sexual practices now and into their future.
We run programs with a diversity of young people from city and rural areas, of diverse ages, sexualities and cultures. Settings have included youth services, university colleges and with footballers.
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Responding with compassion to someone who has experienced sexual assault or domestic violence is critical to recovery and how they will engage with services.
This workshop introduces university students to the Sex & Ethics framework for decision making in intimate relationships.
This workshop supports staff to further their knowledge of prevention of sexual violence through the Sex & Ethics framework and Our Watch: Change the Story.
This program promotes ethical supervisory relationships between higher degree research supervisors and students.