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Learning objectives and key messages

Learning objectives

  • Understand how to recognise a range of disrespectful behaviours that can occur in relationships (including coercion, leverage, manipulation).
  • Understand the signs of an abusive relationship and the factors that can lead to a relationship becoming abusive.
  • Know where and how to access support for family, domestic and/or sexual violence for themselves or for others.
  • Propose practical and realistic ways to behave ethically in relationships to ensure all encounters are consensual.
  • Identify cues in real-life situations and practical and realistic ways to communicate when consent is and isn't being given.
  • Identify practical ways that a bystander can intervene if they are concerned about whether a situation is consensual or not.

  • Understand how to recognise a range of disrespectful behaviours that can occur in relationships (including coercion, leverage, manipulation).
  • Understand the signs of an abusive relationship and the factors that can lead to a relationship becoming abusive.
  • Know where and how to access support for family, domestic and/or sexual violence for themselves or for others.
  • Propose practical and realistic ways to behave ethically in relationships to ensure all encounters are consensual.
  • Identify cues in real-life situations and practical and realistic ways to communicate when consent is and isn't being given.
  • Identify practical ways that a bystander can intervene if they are concerned about whether a situation is consensual or not.

  • Each individual needs to be responsible for their actions in relationships, including taking positive steps to rectify disrespectful behaviour, seeking or providing help or support, or safely ending disrespectful relationships.
  • Personal experiences and societal/cultural norms can create different expectations of the roles that people play in their personal and professional relationships.
  • If a person says ‘yes’ but they were too frightened to say no, then it is not consent.
  • When dealing with situations or issues about consent it’s always important to double check that you are reading it right.
  • Having the skills to understand, give and receive consent can help people to have safe and respectful relationships.

Key messages

  • Each individual needs to be responsible for their actions in relationships, including taking positive steps to rectify disrespectful behaviour, seeking or providing help or support, or safely ending disrespectful relationships.
  • Personal experiences and societal/cultural norms can create different expectations of the roles that people play in their personal and professional relationships.
  • If a person says ‘yes’ but they were too frightened to say no, then it is not consent.
  • When dealing with situations or issues about consent it’s always important to double check that you are reading it right.
  • Having the skills to understand, give and receive consent can help people to have safe and respectful relationships.
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  • 1800Respect

    National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service. Open 24 hours to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse.
    Phone number: Select to call 1 8 0 0 7 3 7 7 3 2
  • Mens line

    MensLine Australia is a national telephone and online support, information and referral service for men with emotional, family and relationship concerns.
    Phone number: Select to call 1 3 0 0 7 8 9 9 7 8