We’re putting the spotlight on sexual and reproductive health across our social media channels – Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn – using #SexualReproductiveHealthWeek. Here are links to further information and resources mentioned in those posts, all in one spot!
Day 1: Consent and Respectful Relationship
Take Up Space from Women’s Health West. Episodes cover: Mental health and wellbeing, Sexual wellbeing, Healthy relationships. Additional resources linked to each episode on website.
Dating in Australia from Family Planning Victoria.
Day 2: STI prevention and treatment
What Works to Stop HIV from Thorne Harbour Health.
Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health created a series of quick videos busting myths about sexual and reproductive health. Find out more about CEH’s work on their website.
Day 3 & 4: Your Right to Access Quality Sexual Healthcare
Better Health Channel – Victorian Government website with information about sexual and reproductive health in 20 languages.
Rainbow Network – Find a service for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, intersex, trans and gender diverse young Victorians.
SEXtember Zine from 1800 My Options.
Day 5: Safer Sexting
|Am I old enough? Information Booklet from Victoria Legal Aid|
What is the Action for Equity partnership?
Action for Equity: a sexual and reproductive health strategy for Melbourne’s west 2018-2022 is a four-year sexual and reproductive health promotion plan, developed to redress the social determinants of sexual and reproductive health inequities experienced by a range of communities in the region. It follows the ambitious yet highly successful Action for Equity 2013-2017, a strategy which supported law reform, successful social marketing, workforce development and at least 17 new health promotion programs across the region.
Read more here.