It is never a child or victim’s responsibility to protect themselves from abuse. We support communities in preventing abuse and help create generational change where sexual and gendered violence is no longer normalised.Culture change occurs when caring teachers and parents are supported in modelling asking for, and respecting consent so that this becomes the standard that young people uphold as they become adults. Children are taught, not only their right to bodily autonomy, but their responsibility to respect the bodies and feelings of their peers.
Term Three Booked out!
Limited places for Term 4 in Victoria.
Taking 2018 bookings for New South Wales, Tasmania and South Australia.
. . . a tough topic but done with such sensitivity, professionalism and humour. Informative and respectful to children, young people, their carer’s and their community. This is the epitome of good collaborative, educative work at all levels ...
A powerhouse of experts who know how to work with children, adults, and professionals in a non-judgemental, open and honest, and authentic way. BSA teaches acceptance, critical thinking, and encourages us all to think deeply about our personal values. Thank you.
Watch us in action! Video: Sam Carson. Click here for transcript