The recent Sex Education in South Australia report, from the Commissioner for Children and Young People, highlights the importance of educating young people about gender, power, and rights. The report found that 49% of girls and 31% of boys aged 16-17 years had experienced “some form of unwanted sexual behaviour” in the past year.
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Today marks the 13th Anniversary of the South Australian Apology to Child Victims of Child Abuse while in State Care.
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This podcast series helps provide answers to struggles young people are dealing with right now.
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Rize Above is a multi-stream primary prevention relationship education program for young people, developed by Relationships Australia South Australia in partnership with the City of Salisbury.
This annual report demonstrates the adaptability of our service models to incorporate technology, while continuing to provide high quality services as well as deal with the impact of COVID-19.
Relationships Australia South Australia will close for a short time over the Christmas and New Year period.
Neighbour Day 2020 had a direct effect on improving social capital and inclusion in neighbourhoods during the height of the COVID-19 nationwide lockdown.
Have your say in the Rize Above community consultation process! We are inviting your input to make sure the community is at the heart of this work. We want to know what is important for your community.