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Rosie in the Classroom: Lesson plans for teachers

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Rosie, a national harm prevention initiative by the Dugdale Trust for Women & Girls. Rosie in the Classroom is an educational program based on the original Rosie Videos, created to assist teachers in talking about difficult but important topics. Topics like sexting or respect in relationships should be incorporated into the curriculum so that all teenagers are aware of their rights and can...

Sexual & Reproductive Health Resource Kit for Aboriginal young people

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Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of New South Wales, 2018 The AH&MRC has developed a new vibrant Sexual and Reproductive Health Resource Kit for workers to use with Aboriginal young people named “DOIN ‘IT’ RIGHT!”. DOIN IT RIGHT! provides workers who work with young Aboriginal people (including non-sexual health and non-Aboriginal workers) with step by...

Resource Kit – Young People and Sexual Health

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NSW STI Programs Unit, 2017 The Resource Kit contians tools, fact sheets, activities and protocols for working with young people around sexual health. Section 1: Organisational Tools Tools supporting organisations to engage in sexual health Access tools Section 2: Worker Tools & Fact Sheets Sexual health tools and fact sheets for workers Acess tools Section 3: Games & Activities Fun games...

SHINE SA’s FRESH Course: Disability and Mental Health Focus

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SHINE SA, October 2017 This dynamic 3-day course aims to update workers to include relationships and sexual health education and support in their work. On completion of the FRESH Course you will have:side • an increased level of confidence working with people in the area of sexual health and  relationships • a better understanding of how values and beliefs may influence your practice in this area...

Consent flowchart – education tool

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Planned Parenthood Toronto, [2015?] The consent flowchart has been designed to help young people understand how consent is negotiated. People follow the instructional bubbles until they reach the end. They can continue each time they choose a consent option. If they choose an option where consent is not given, they land on an orange bubble and must go back to the beginning and start over.  Yellow...

Grindr, virtual reality and vlogging: new ways to talk about sexual health

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The Guardian, July 21st, 2017 Almost half the world’s population is online and billions of young people use social media. So why doesn’t more sex education happen across these channels? The first Global Advisory Board for Sexual Health and Wellbeing brings together a group of individuals from across the world who are using innovative ways to reach more people with information about sex and...

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SASHA is a current awareness service with news and views on various aspects of sexual health and sexuality, from a wide range of sources. These range from credible sources of sexual health and related information, to relevant opinion pieces in the media.

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