Guidance

Teenage relationship abuse

Earlier this year the Home Office ran a campaign to challenge the attitudes of teenagers to violence and abuse in relationships. The following…

Documents

Expect respect: a toolkit for addressing teenage relationship abuse in key stages 3, 4 and 5 (PDF file - 2mb - Warning: large file)

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Teenage relationship abuse: a teacher’s guide to violence and abuse in teenage relationships (PDF file - 411kb)

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Abuse in relationships: a leaflet for teenagers (PDF file - 766kb)

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Earlier this year the Home Office ran a campaign to challenge the attitudes of teenagers to violence and abuse in relationships.

The following documents contain advice for schools and teenagers on dealing with issues around teenage relationship abuse. We would like to thank Women’s Aid, Against Violence and Abuse and Womankind for their help in the development of these materials.

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