South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence

Articles about “Sexual Harassment”

Information for apprentices about sexual harassment

For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Teachers, Workers, Young People

Information for apprentices about sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment is not just about the behaviour of another person, it is also about how it affects you. It can alter your concentration and attitude towards work, which in turn can affect your work performance and chance of promotion.

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Personal safety intervention orders

For Female Survivors, Male Survivors

A personal safety intervention order is an order made by a magistrate to protect a person from harm caused by someone who is not a family member. If you and the person committing the violence are family members please see the What Can I Do About Family Violence information sheet.

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Sexual assault at venues – For customers

For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Students, Teachers, Workers, Young People

A Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) provides support, advice and counselling for victims of sexual assault, their friends, partners, parents and anyone else who has been touched by the issue of sexual assault and feels that they need support.

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Sexual assault at venues – For staff

For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Students, Teachers, Workers, Young People

A Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) provides support, advice and counselling for victims of sexual assault, their friends, partners, parents and anyone else who has been touched by the issue of sexual assault and feels that they need support.

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Sexual harassment

For Female Survivors

This guide covers what is sexual harrassment, what to do if you are being harrassed and how to make a complaint to the Equal Opportunity Commission.

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Technology, safety & reporting options

For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Students, Teachers, Workers, Young People

This information booklet was originally created in 2011 to assist CASA Counsellor/Advocates when talking with clients about internet based sexual assault and harassment. It was written by SECASA in collaboration with members of Victoria Police Sexual Crimes Squad, now Sexual Taskforce Astraea.

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