Sexual consent – views from uni students

Uni students share their views on sexual consent in this video from the New Zealand Police.

Sexual consent – what it is, how to ask for it and how to know when you’ve got it.

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#Menstarttalking Goodfella Sam Mannering

Food writer, restaurant owner and Executive Chef Sam Mannering talks about his realisation that there is more than one path to take in life.

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Police videos encourage sexual assault victims to come forward

Police hope a series of videos they have developed about reporting sexual assault will help victims to come forward. We’ll be regularly linking to this series throughout 2017.

The videos take a step-by-step look at what happens when a person reports a sexual assault to Police.

“It takes courage to come forward, to tell us what has happened,” says Detective Superintendent Tim Anderson, National Crime Manager.

These videos show what’s actually involved in the reporting process.

There are ten videos in total, six covering the reporting process and four that focus on consent, myths about sexual violence and some of the reasons why people don’t report sexual assaults to Police.