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Almost a quarter of Australians have inflicted some sort of SV since turning 18: report

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ABC & Australian Institute of Criminology, 10th July 2024 More than one in five Australians have admitted to inflicting acts of sexual violence since the age of 18, in shocking figures released by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC). A survey of 5,000 anonymous Australians aged between 18 and 45 has revealed almost 10 per cent had perpetrated sexual violence in the past 12 months...

Rainbow Rights Toolkit: Overcoming discrimination • Housing • Health • Plan ahead

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COTA SA, June 2024 Rainbow rights are human rights, and this toolkit identifies how older LGBTI+ community members can understand and action their rights, as well as providing information to the people who are part of their choices, supports and care. COTA SA has partnered with the South Australian Government’s Office for Ageing Well to develop this resource and build awareness of state...

LGBTIQ+ teens’ experiences negotiating connection, self-expression and harm online

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June 2024, eSafety Commissioner (Australia)  ‘Tipping the balance: LGBTIQ+ teens’ experiences negotiating connection, self-expression and harm online’ is based on the experiences of 305 Australian young people aged 14 to 17, who identified as LGBTIQ+.  This research explores the online experiences of LGBTIQ+ teens and how they negotiate connection, express themselves and deal with harm...

Gender, sex and equal health: including boys in the HPV vaccination programme in Swedish primary schools

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Ylva Odenbring & Lisa Lindén (2023) Gender, sex and equal health: school nurses’ strategies and experiences of including boys in the HPV vaccination programme in Swedish primary schools, Sex Education, 23:5, 617-630, DOI: 10.1080/14681811.2022.2106959 Abstract: Since autumn 2020, boys in the fifth year of school (11-year-old students) in Sweden have been offered human papillomavirus (HPV)...

Results of the 7th National Survey of Australian Secondary Students and Sexual Health (SSASH)

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Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, December 2022 The Australian National Survey of Secondary Students and Sexual Health (SSASH) survey is a national study exploring the sexual health and well-being of school-age young people in Australia. The study explores young people’s experiences of sex, relationships, sexual health and school-based relationships and...

Queensland overhauls sex education with the Respectful Relationships Education Hub

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Queensland Government, October 2022 The Queensland government has overhauled the way respectful relationships and sexual consent is taught in schools. Revamped educational materials — such as lesson plans — are available for Queensland teachers to use with students from next year. The Respectful Relationships Hub also contains resources for parents and carers, and for students. In March 2021, the...

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