The Rize Above Violence program is a newly funded primary intervention initiative, led by Relationships Australia South Australia’s Community Projects Team and Specialised Family Violence Support Service, in partnership with the City of Salisbury.
The core principals of the program include:
- Primary intervention: highlighting the importance of addressing social contexts that sets the scene for unhealthy relationships and violence
- Building skills: supporting communities of young people, their families and professionals to challenge rigid gender roles and gender inequality
- Collaboration: a program that is not just inclusive, but responsive to and embracing of the diversity in our community.
Post-community consultation, the program will deliver an online and in-school respectful relationship program, an interactive website and a youth development peer-mentor program.
Have your say!
We are inviting input from the community, to ensure it remains at the heart of this work, and want to know what is important for your community.
Whether you are from a community whose first language is not English, perhaps you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, or you are part of the LGBTIQA+ community. Maybe you live within part of the northern Adelaide community, or are part of a community of youth in your area?
We want to hear from you! Have your say: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/haveyoursay-rize
The online survey is now open for youth, parents/caregivers and community leaders. From this survey, we will build the foundation of our Youth Advisory Committee and move into the next phase of consultation in our focus groups.
At the end of the survey, you will can go into the draw to win 1 of 5 $50 gift cards and register your interest in the Youth Advisory Committee or the Peer Mentor program. Survey closes 31 May 2020.
To find out more please click here to contact Melissa Ruthen – Community Projects Coordinator.