#R4Respect encourages the whole community to foster healthier relationships among young people. It is widely supported by Logan businesses, organisations, community groups and government departments.
Through #R4Respect, young people will create messages and share them through digital media like Instagram and Facebook to reach other young people.
Messages will be consistent with national anti-violence campaigns, and will focus on four themes:
- We all have the right to be free of abuse and violence.
- Respect means being fair and valuing others as equals.
- Value diversity. Value culture. Celebrate difference.
- Negotiate through disagreements. Don’t hit out.
Components of #R4Respect
This exciting program will incorporate:
- creative input from young people developing digital strategies and activities to foster respectful relationships
- peer education for young people
- public awareness of the #R4Respect messages through media
- engagement with the wider community to promote respectful relationships.
- Increased exposure to support young people in Logan to develop respectful relationships
- Increased public awareness that domestic violence can be reduced through respectful relationships
- Reduction in domestic violence as public messaging prompts help-seeking behaviour.
R4Respect Evaluation Summary 2016
YFS and the R4Respect Youth Ambassadors acknowledge the following companies, organisations and individuals for their generous support:
- Paxton-Hall Lawyers
- Infoxchange Australia
- Griffith University
- QUT Business School
- National Australia Bank
- The Fox Hotel
- Logan City Council
- Old Mac Toyota
- Presentation Congregation Queensland
- Diggers Services Club – Logan
- Ms Gay Shears