Sexual Violence Prevention Work


Lanarkshire Rape Crisis delivers a Sexual Violence Prevention Programme which is available to all secondary schools and youth organisations in Lanarkshire. This nationally developed programme aims to equip young people with a better understanding of sexual violence in order to negotiate healthy and respectful relationships. The programme offers a wide range of workshops which can be adapted to all year groups from S1 to S6, exploring topics such as gender, consent, sexual violence, sexualisation and social media among others.

The Sexual Violence Prevention Worker will generally meet with someone from the school or youth organisation and discuss the program. We will then deliver 3 workshops to each class across one particular year group but we can also tailor one off workshops to suit each school’s availability and needs. The evidence-based resource pack used has been externally evaluated as very effective in changing young people’s knowledge and attitudes and for more information you can read the evaluation here and see a sample of the resource pack here ( )

If you are interested in receiving more information about the Sexual Violence Prevention Programme and how it can be delivered in your school please contact or call us on 01698 527 006