Sex Study Safety Project
This resource describes a project that was designed to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of international students and empower them with skills and knowledge to experience healthy relationships through a peer-led model, which included training international students to educate their peers about BBV/ STIs, sexual health and healthy relationships. Interested tertiary institution staff formed a part of the project, supporting students to be involved and incorporating BBV/STI awareness-raising into their various roles, where appropriate.
To access the resource: Final report for Sex Study Safety Project
For information on safe sex practices and pregnancy: Safe Sex Resource
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It borrows extensively from the excellent resource developed by Amparo Advocacy Inc in Queensland: Accessing interpreting or translation services for NDIS participants (see reference in Further Reading at the end of this Fact Sheet).
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