SADI

Preparing youth for strong, healthy and respectful relationships

In 2004 we established our organization as an educational resource for schools and service providers in north-eastern Manitoba. This educational division of our organization is called SADI. Through our educational SADI projects we address the needs of victims of sexual violence, relationship violence and family violence.

Ultimately, our workshops address the root causes of relationship violence.

SADI 2015-2016 is our current school project. Our age appropriate workshops for students are guided by the learning outcomes for the Manitoba Physical Education and Health Curriculum. This year we are offering workshops for grades 6, 8, 10 and 12 students.

Grade 6 students participate in three interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Healthy Relationships and Personal Boundaries
  • Workshop 2: Media – Deconstructing Advertising
  • Workshop 3: The Responsible Bystander: Face to Face and Online

Grade 8 students participate in three interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Healthy Relationships/Healthy Self Esteem
  • Workshop 2: Media Literacy and Gender Stereotypes
  • Workshop 3: Internet Safety : Public and Permanent

Grade 10 students participate in three interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Self Esteem and Personal Power
  • Workshop 2: Respect and Communication in Relationships
  • Workshop 3: Sexual Harassment and Homophobia

Grade 12 students participate in two interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1: Dating Violence and Patterns of Abuse
  • Workshop 2: Sexual Assault: Facts and Fiction

All workshops are 65 minutes long and are delivered in the order listed. Each workshop builds on the information provided in the previous workshop.

Schools in north-eastern Manitoba interested in learning more about our workshops are encouraged to contact us at sadi@survivors-hope.ca. More detailed workshop outlines with associated learning outcomes can be provided.