Under each thematic area below you will find a 12-15 minute long live-action video, a 30 second animation, a discussion guide, a user-friendly infographic and a one-page document with information. 

The animated pieces can be used as icebreakers and to facilitate discussions with youth, parents and community representatives. The videos are appropriate for different age levels; please check the age group before using. It is strongly recommended that the videos be used only in the presence of a teacher, guidance counselor and/or other trained facilitator. Facilitators are encouraged read the introduction in the discussion guide before playing the videos, and to use the accompanying data sheet and discussion guide with suggested questions for each of the four themes in their sessions. The infographics present key data points in a fun, user-friendly way that can be widely distributed and used.





The video "Rethink Bullying". A mother counsels her young daughter on how to stand up to the school bully. How do ideas of what it means to be a man and what it means to be a woman play into these kind of situations? In the animation, a young girl gets bullied in a school yard, but instead of cheering, the crowd of onlookers makes a different choice.

Appropriate for youth of all ages.


In this video, "Firing Squad", two brothers argue about the younger one's decision to join the community gang. What are the motivations behind this? The alternatives? The animation shows a group of young guys getting together. It might look like they're part of a gang. What could they be doing instead?
Appropriate for youth at upper primary (grades 5 and 6); secondary; tertiary level and out of school youth age 10 and up.


A female police detective interrogates a man charged with battery of his girlfriend in this video, "Talk Two". In the animation, a man and woman get into an argument, but stop before it leads to violence. What made the difference?
Appropriate for secondary and tertiary students; out of school youth 14 and up.



Sexual Violence

In the video "Birthday Talk” a mother and daughter discuss their shared history of sexual violence. In the animation, it is argued that it is never OK to blame the victim. What are the common stereotypes about men and women that can contribute to sexual violence? Do stereotypes make us to accept violence?

Appropriate for youth at upper primary (grades 4 – 6); secondary and tertiary level.