Influencers and attitudes: How will the next generation understand domestic abuse?
Listening to children and young people to build a better future.
The purpose of this research was to ensure an evidence base for the design of education about relationships for children and young people (CYP), highlighting the positive influence that well structured Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) programmes can have and to ultimately investigate ‘what works well’. The findings are particularly important as they are presented alongside the other influencing factors that CYP are contending with today, some of which may potentially have a harmful impact on how CYP perceive and navigate relationships.
On Thursday 2nd November 2023, Women’s Aid held a webinar exploring the findings of the report and discussing the implications for Relationships, Sex and Health Education.