SAFE Resources

Prevention of Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth

SAFEyouth Video Project

The SAFEyouth Video Project “CyberSmart CyberSAFE” is a series of short video animations that teach youth and parents about sexual exploitation and how to stay safe. While the focus is on internet safety the videos also address risk factors that occur in the community.

This package of resources includes:

1. 7 short video animations       

2. A Facilitator’s Guide with learning outcomes, discussion questions and follow-up activities    

3 A parent presentation using 5 of the videos and includes information that can be discused and distributed                                                                                                         

4.Parent Handouts            

 

Pocket Brochures

The brochures provide information on sexual exploitation as well as resources and organizations that can help if you are being exploitated or if you have a child or friend you are concerned about.

1. Youth and Children brochure

2. Parents & Families brochure

 

Creating a “Safe and Healthy” neighbourhood for residents, businesses and sex workers

Community Discussions

All community members have a role to play in creating a safe and healthy neighbourhood. The first step is to come together and learn about each other’s questions, concerns and thoughts. For neighbourhoods to begin to address issues with respect to sex work a Kitchen Table Discussion Guide was developed to assist in organizing small gatherings of residents, sex workers and individuals from local businesses and service organizations to discuss this issue.

Kitchen Table Discussion Guide

Sensitivity Training: Improving Accessibility

The guide and power point presentations were developed for businesses, organizations, medical professionals and residents to assist in understanding some of the issues faced by sex workers and in identifying ways that community services can be more accessible and our behaviours are respectful and caring. The power points include a voice -over so that they can be used in volunteer and staff training or viewed by residents. Handouts accompany the power points.

1. Sensitivity Training Power Points with voice over for:

a. Businesses

b. Medical professionals

c. Service Organizations

d. Residents

 

2. Sensitivity Guide to accompany the power points

 

3. Handouts for residents and community organizations

a.8 1/2″ x 11″ format

b. Card format

4. Handouts for parents

a. 8 1/2″ x 11″ format

b. Card format

Pocket Brochures

The following brochures provides information for businesses and residents on the law, addressing concerns with respect to sex work and available resources in English and Chinese.

1. Pocket Guide for Business and Residents

2. Pocket Guide for Business and Residents (Chinese)

 

SAFE Brochure

The following brochure provide general information on the background, goals and activities of SAFE

SAFE in Collingwood

 

Resources for Sex Workers

The  following brochures provide information for sex workers on the law, their rights and responsibilities as well as Vancouver and local resources in English and Chinese.

1. Information for Sex Workers

2. Information for Sex Workers (Chinese)

 

 

 

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