This series of learning modules explores Participatory Practice, a framework that practitioners can apply to help children and young people affected by sexual violence assert their rights and reclaim their power to create positive change in their lives and in the world around them. It calls for practitioners to focus on young people's strengths, to respect young people as competent social actors, and to let young people take greater control over how they engage with services. Participatory Practice can apply to one-on-one interactions, group work, organisational decision-making, and activism on a local, national or international level.  

The modules include narrated presentations, video interviews with practitioners who have applied the framework in real-life situations, interactive scenarios to practice applying the principles yourself, surveys, review questions, and a printable workbook for reflection and journaling exercises.