Violence and trauma
Violence and trauma are major public health issues that can create long term negative health outcomes. We work with young people directly affected by these issues to find out what they need from professionals to best support them now to improve their future health.
We’re All Right
Visit our learning hub all about rights-based sexual violence support
We’re All Right
Our survivor led, rights-based approach to supporting young people affected by sexual violence
Learning from the experts
Young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing
needs following sexual abuse in adolescence
Rights during lockdown
A rights-based, survivor led approach to coping with lockdown
Youth knife crime
Exploring what taking a public health approach to youth knife crime really means
Peer support guide
Developed by young people for young people to enable them to support each other
Be Healthy respect leaflet
Young people produced guide to respecting young people affected by sexual exploitation
The AYPH We’re All Right project has developed a learning hub where individuals and organisations can practice and improve their responses to young people who have experienced sexual violence and...
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...
New research from the University of Bedfordshire and AYPH highlights that an experience of sexual abuse can have particular repercussions for adolescents. Understanding the intersection of...
A key distinction in a child or young person’s experience of a sexual trauma as opposed to a sexual trauma survived by an adult is that they are still growing. Young people rely on adults and peers...