National stocktake and gap analysis of Respectful Relationships Education

Project Team

Chief Investigators: Dr Naomi Pfitzner, Emeritus Associate Professor Debbie Ollis, Dr Kelly-Ann Allen, Associate Professor Asher Flynn and Associate Professor Kate Fitz-Gibbon

Project manager and research officer: Rebecca Stewart

About this project

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment has commissioned Monash University to undertake a national stocktake and gap analysis of existing respectful relationships education (RRE) programs and resources.

This review will involve three phases:

  1. A national stocktake of existing respectful relationships education teaching and learning materials and resources developed and used by state and territory governments, independent and catholic school sectors and non-government organisations that work with schools.
  2. A review of existing respectful relationships education programs and resource evaluations.
  3. A gap analysis of existing respectful relationships education materials and delivery approaches.

Have your say

Your expertise and experiences with RRE are essential to shaping the national stocktake and gap analysis.

We want to hear about where, what and how RRE is being taught in schools and what support is provided to RRE educators.

You might teach it in sexuality and relationships, health education, pastoral care, positive behaviours, religious studies, through novels in English or through film in Media studies or by using a dedicated RRE resource and programs.

Please send through any RRE learning materials, resources or enquiries to our dedicated inbox: RREnationalstocktake@monash.edu