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Respectful relationships education in schools : evidence paper Cara Gleeson, Sarah Kearney, Loksen Leung and Joanna Brislane

By: Gleeson, Cara.
Contributor(s): Kearney, Sarah | Leung, Loksen | Brislane, Joanna.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Melbourne, Vic. : Our Watch, 2015Description: electronic document (42 pages) ; PDF file: 1.07 MB.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | EDUCATION | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | PRIMARY PREVENTION | RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS | SCHOOLS | YOUNG PEOPLE | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click here to access online | Toolkit | Access the website Summary: The evidence paper outlines that effective Respectful Relationships Education uses the whole education system as a catalyst for generational and cultural change. The approach engages schools, as both education institutions and workplaces, to address the key drivers of gender based violence, gender inequality, rigid adherence to gender stereotypes and violence supportive attitudes. Our Watch has subsequently produced a Respectful Relationships Education toolkit to support a 'whole of school' approach to respectful relationships education. Record #5589
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The evidence paper outlines that effective Respectful Relationships Education uses the whole education system as a catalyst for generational and cultural change. The approach engages schools, as both education institutions and workplaces, to address the key drivers of gender based violence, gender inequality, rigid adherence to gender stereotypes and violence supportive attitudes. Our Watch has subsequently produced a Respectful Relationships Education toolkit to support a 'whole of school' approach to respectful relationships education. Record #5589