Evidence paper: Respectful relationships education in schools
Respectful relationships education is a holistic approach to school-based, primary prevention of gender-based violence that aims to comprehensively address the drivers of violence and create a future free from it.
This evidence paper summarises the findings of the literature to guide future actions by education systems in their efforts to end violence against women.
Respectful relationships education in schools: The beginnings of change – final evaluation report
A report of the findings of the Respectful Relationships Education in Schools (RREiS) pilot.
This is one of the first evaluations in Australia to examine the impact of respectful relationships education across the whole school – from the classroom, through to the staffroom and broader school culture and ethos.
Consider the findings during the planning of your own respectful relationship education initiatives.
Tools and resources to support your work
Find free, high quality tools and resources to support respectful relationships education in primary and secondary schools