Resources

Our resources are based on input from service users and real life stories and experiences. We recommend these are only used with training with professionals. While the resources relevant to our young people’s work can be used with young people, we recommend this is only done by experienced, trauma – informed professionals and only when and/or in a way that means a young person is unlikely to experience further harm from watching these.  If they are used in a group environment , please ensure the audience has been risk – assessed for re-traumatisation and that individuals (and/or carers) are aware of the content they will be watching and have the option to op out.

We no longer sell the resources Sick Party and Think Again as we continue to hear anecdotal evidence of them being used in a manner that it is victim-blaming and not trauma-informed, despite our explicit guidance against this and not in the way it was intended. Our own practitioners continue to use them where deemed appropriate. Please get in touch should you wish to discuss this further  with us.

Please note :

– Alright Charlie has specific workbooks that go along with the resource to ensure appropriate use

– Please note that Our Voices contains explicit content and is aimed for an adult audience only.

Basis Yorkshire and Basis Training have developed the following resources

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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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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