Doing ‘IT‘

by Sexual Health Victoria.

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SHV EveryBODY Education schools team present interviews from the experts to help parents, carers and teachers navigate the world of Relationships and Sexuality Education. 

Episodes

Monday Sep 12, 2022

In this episode, two families share their stories of making babies using Assisted Reproductive Technology. Sue and Linda explain some of the process and how they decided to talk to their children about it. Their children, Emily and Elsie, talk about what they understand about how they were conceived. Resources: SHV have free teacher resources to assist with classroom teaching of Assisted Reproduction. These were developed with the support of Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA) For more about SHV, go to @ shvic.org.au.

Friday Jul 29, 2022

In this episode, chair of Intersex Human Rights Dr Agli Zavros-Orr speaks of their advocacy work and their lived experience as a person born with an intersex variation. Young people often ask us how bodies can be different. Agli helps explain the diversity of human sex characteristics. Resources: See more at Intersex Human Rights Australia. Find Agli’s research at research gate. See book Raising Rosie for families. For more about SHV @ shvic.org.au.

Tuesday May 31, 2022

Part 7 of 7. eSafety. Australia’s Online Safety Regulator. This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode Sharon Trotter Education Manager of Education, Prevention and Inclusion talks about the scope of eSafety and the role that they have in prevention of harm online. See eSafety at https://www.esafety.gov.au/. Sexual Health Victoria at https://shvic.org.au/ 

Tuesday May 17, 2022

Part 6 of 7. Pornography. This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode Dr Zahra Stardust talks about the cultural context of pornography and how consent is vital for its production and distribution. Vanessa Hamilton speaks about her experiences in talking to families about young people, sex and pornography. See bio for Zahra Stardust. See Talking the Talk (Vanessa Hamilton) See  Mind The Gap eSafety research. See eSafety at https://www.esafety.gov.au/. Sexual Health Victoria at https://shvic.org.au/   

Tuesday May 03, 2022

Part 5 of 7. Sexting. This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode Dr. Kath Albury and SHV Health Promotion Officer Zara, discuss the language and context of young people sharing sexual pictures. See Youth Law Australia for legal information. See Dr Kath Albury, Swinburne University. See eSafety at https://www.esafety.gov.au/. Sexual Health Victoria at https://shvic.org.au/ 

Tuesday Apr 19, 2022

Part 4 of 7. What is grooming? This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode Detective Superintendent Jayne Crossling talks about what grooming is and how the police go about education and investigations. Grooming can be reported through Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation. Also AFP Child Protection Operations (CPO) team. See also Think U Know educational resources. See eSafety at https://www.esafety.gov.au/. Sexual Health Victoria at https://shvic.org.au/ 

Monday Apr 04, 2022

Part 3 of 7. Inappropriate. This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode we will discuss the word inappropriate. Greg from eSafety talks through the classification system and Fida talks about the appropriateness of RSE in faith based schools. More about the Australian classification system. See information about Fida Sanjakdar. See eSafety at https://www.esafety.gov.au/. Sexual Health Victoria at https://shvic.org.au/ 

Monday Mar 21, 2022

Part 2 of 7. Curriculum. This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode listen to educators talk about how the curriculum includes opportunities to deliver sessions around esafety and sexual content. Find the Resilience Rights and Respectful Relationships curriculum on FUSE. See more about Bec Martin and Evolve Education. See eSafety at https://www.esafety.gov.au/. Sexual Health Victoria at https://shvic.org.au/ 

Monday Mar 07, 2022

Part 1 of 7. What is the Problem? This series of podcasts is produced with the support of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. We will look closely at how young people might engage with sexual content online and how parents and carers can get involved in this discussion. In this episode listen to parents, a wellbeing coordinator and eSafety talk about why this is a conversation you need to have with the young people in your life. Find out more about eSafety at esafety.gov.au Find out more about Sexual Health Victoria at shvic.org.au

Monday Feb 14, 2022

In this episode Sarah from marketing talks about our new name: Sexual Health Victoria.  Thanks for all the support over the last two years of Doing 'IT'. There is lots more to come in 2022. Please get in touch with feedback or suggestions. doingit@shvic.org.au.   

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