AYPH is excited to share the complete We’re All Right learning hub. The aim of the We’re All Right project was to develop a rights-based approach to working with young people affected by sexual violence. The project has been led from the start by young people and survivors of sexual violence. We turned our rights-based approach into this visually exciting infographic. It is a great resource to support other young people’s understanding of how rights should look like in practice.

Along the way we also created a series of podcasts, activity sheets and a recommended reading/listening list based on resources we used to develop the project. The learning hub has something for anyone who wants to improve their response to young people who have experienced trauma – professionals, parents and peers.

These resources are the culmination of three and a half years of work – persisting and adapting throughout the pandemic – with five groups of young people and two Youth Advisers. Funding for this project was provided by the Samworth Foundation as part of the Young Voices portfolio.

We are hosting a free webinar on Thursday 10th November from 4:30-5:30pm to talk about this project and share even more of the resources we developed