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There are many kinds of relationships people have in their lives. Within all of these everyone deserves to be treated with respect.
How to recognise respectful and disrespectful behaviours within your own relationships.
Check out this video of some well-known kiwi faces and members of our University community having a kōrero about relationships.
Consent is essential for healthy sexual relationships – so what exactly does it mean?
It’s really important to have respect for people’s boundaries, especially when it comes to relationships and sex.
Discover more about how gender and power dynamics might be influencing your (or someone you know) relationshops.
Communication is key to gaining consent, so if people have drunk or taken too much, they can’t communicate clearly.
Alongside having a conversation with your partner(s) about consent and boundaries, it’s also important to have a conversation about contraception.
The University is seeking to eliminate sexual violence on Campus, in line with its commitment to being a safe, inclusive, and equitable environment.
Find out how you can help keep our University community safe and well.
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