Rights and respect in sexuality and relationships
For anyone who wants to talk about and share ideas about having respectful relationships in their lives.
SL&RR (formerly Living Safer Sexual Lives: Respectful Relationships or LSSL:RR) is a program for people with intellectual disability that focuses on talking and learning about sexuality and relationship rights, sexual health, and violence and abuse prevention. It was developed in collaboration with people with intellectual disability and University researchers, and is delivered using a peer education model.
Find out more about our program
There are several locations across Australia that are currently taking part in the SL&RR initiative, find out where your nearest site is here.Find out more ›
View detailed SL&RR program information and stay up to date with the latest research, references and resources from the national SL&RR team.Find out more ›
Get involved by joining us in our upcoming events. Find out when and where you can participate in conferences and workshops with SL&RR.Find out more ›
Find out more information about how you, your friends or your workplace can become a Peer Educator or Program Partner within the SL&RR program.
The SL&RR vision
SL&RR advocates for respectful relationships by providing accessible information about relationship rights, sexuality rights and violence and abuse prevention so that people with intellectual disability can make informed decisions about their relationships.
Become a Peer Educator or Program Partner
If you’d like to get involved with the SL&RR program please get in touch with us to see how you can become a Peer Educator or Program Partner within your organisation.