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Effectiveness of relationship education programmes in schools for years 7-13 : a rapid literature review prepared for Families Commission Judith Ball, Quigley and Watts Ltd

By: Ball, Judith.
Contributor(s): New Zealand. Superu [issuing body].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : SuPERU, a division of Families Commission, 2013Description: electronic document (80 p.); PDF file: 726.42 KB; 76 p.; 30 cm.ISBN: 978-0-478-36935-9 (online); 978-0-478-36934-2 (print).ISSN: 1177-1289 (online); 1177-3545 (print).Subject(s): ADOLESCENT RELATIONSHIP ABUSE | ADOLESCENTS | DATING VIOLENCE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | EDUCATION | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | LITERATURE REVIEWS | PRIMARY PREVENTION | PROGRAMMES | SCHOOLS | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 158.2 BAL Online resources: Click here to access online In: Research report, no. 2/13, September 2013Summary: International evidence reviews have indicated that school-based relationship violence prevention programmes are one of the few strategies with proven evidence for preventing intimate partner violence. The Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (SuPERU) within the Families Commission commissioned a rapid review of the evidence and relevant literature on ‘what works’ in school-based relationship education programmes both within New Zealand and internationally for Years 7 – 13. This review has been used to support work underway in the Ministry of Education to develop guidelines for schools in selecting evidence-based relationship education programmes. (From the website)
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Research report, no. 2/13, September 2013

International evidence reviews have indicated that school-based relationship violence prevention programmes are one of the few strategies with proven evidence for preventing intimate partner violence.

The Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (SuPERU) within the Families Commission commissioned a rapid review of the evidence and relevant literature on ‘what works’ in school-based relationship education programmes both within New Zealand and internationally for Years 7 – 13.

This review has been used to support work underway in the Ministry of Education to develop guidelines for schools in selecting evidence-based relationship education programmes. (From the website)