The School of Health and Social Development run a number of programs that aim to educate and inform communities of significant public health issues.

Theatre-based education programs

Featuring a one-actor performance and a panel discussion by local support services, these theatre-based education programs have been highly praised around Victoria. The programs aim to challenge thinking around two significant public health issues: eating disorders and violence against women.

Learn more about our theatre-based education programs

Sexual Lives and Respectful Relationships (SL&RR)

SL&RR (formerly Living Safer Sexual Lives: Respectful Relationships or LSSL:RR) uses a community-driven and collaboratively developed model to deliver a peer-led relationships and sexuality program for people with disabilities in local communities. It was developed in collaboration with people with intellectual disability and University researchers.

Learn more about SL&RR