Resources

Basis Training produces educational DVDs with accompanying resource packs produced by trainers and young people experts

Our resources are based on input from young people and real life stories and experiences. Relevant activities and questions can be done at your own pace, guided by the information in the resource packs.

Our resources can also be used as a training tool for professionals.

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Basis Yorkshire and Basis Training have developed the following resources

Sick Party – over 800 copies sold nationally

A frank and hard-hitting drama depicting the current picture of child sexual exploitation across the UK. Based on a real-life story, it explores the experiences of child sexual exploitation (CSE) including peer on peer grooming, party lifestyle grooming, drinks and…

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Alright Charlie – CSE Primary School Resource

Basis Training, together with the Blast Project supported the development of a gender neutral, age appropriate video resource (Alright Charlie) for raising awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in primary schools. Workbooks for professionals and young people can be downloaded…

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Breaking Through: Moving on from CSE

We are extremely proud to be launching “Breaking Through – Moving on from child sexual exploitation” – a new set of resources developed in partnership with Dr Kate Brown, a leading academic at University of York (also Chair of Basis Yorkshire)….

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My New Friend: CSE Resource

My New Friend was produced to raise awareness of the grooming and Child Sexual Exploitation of boys and young men. By The Blast Project for Basis Yorkshire.

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“Is it Normal” – a resource to engage young people engage in talking about porn in a safe environment!

A unique tool to initiate conversations with young people with pornography, sex and relationships in safe and supportive environment – based on verbatim conversations with young people. Young people are more exposed to pornography than ever before. While the impact…

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How do (young) people who have experienced CSE/A think we should measure our outcomes?

We’re very excited to finally launch the Final Report of our “Service User Led Theory of Change review” – funded by the Evaluation Fund of the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse.  The report describes in detail the interesting…

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Our Voices – Perspectives that challenge the stigma and stereotypes about sexwork

Charlotte Carter – Project Coordinator I am really excited to introduce the Our Voices book to you all. Facilitated by Basis Yorkshire and funded by the Rosa Fund, this book contains a variety of stories and other perspectives from sex…

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No longer Invisible

A collection of life stories about sex working women going through their recovery process, as told to the Basis Sex Work project, helping practitioners to gain a better understanding and perspective of the varied lives and complex issues some women…

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