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SHOPP Edition 12 – September 2014 Edition
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He hōnore , he korōria ki te Atua
He maung ārongo ki te mata o te whenua
He whakaaro pai ki ngā tangata katoa
Paim ārire ki a koutou katoa!

Talofa lava ! Kia orana ! Hey!

Welcome to the first fully online edition of SHopp! How exciting it is for those of us working in sexual and reproductive health to be communicating via the SHopp Newsletter. We will publish the newsletter quarterly, and the deadline for each edition will be the 20 the of the month before the end of each quarter. The due date for articles, information and notices for the next quarter is 20 November 2014 . Please share the SHopp website address with others working in sexual and reproductive health and related services and encourage them to register.

Keep up the amazing work!

Mauri tū, mauri ora!

IN THE SEPTEMBER 2014 EDITION


Sexwise: Review of the 2014 Tour

‘Kia ora koutou katoa, can we be friends? Have you checked your friend requests? Why don’t you just hit accept?’ Extract from the opening song of Sexwise Between March and June, rangatahi/youth in communities spanning Milton to Taipa had the opportunity to participate in Sexwise, and they fully-engaged with the programme from the opening song to the final advice circle. […]



Family Planning-Teaching about pornography

Pornography is generally not handled confidently within current sexuality education programmes and is frequently asked about by young people. Family Planning has produced What’s in a story, a four-lesson resource kit for Year 10 teachers that addresses the role of pornography. This resource is designed to help young people understand that the pornography they may […]



Family Planning-Sexuality Education-What young people think

The voice of young people is seldom heard in the conversation around sexuality education in New Zealand schools. Family Planning recently asked some recent school leavers about what they’d learned in sexuality education – and with the benefit of hindsight, what they wish they’d learned. Their opinions are insightful, important and should be heard. Visit […]



Family Planning-New alcohol-themed poster

Family Planning has just released a new addition to the It’s about Mana series which aims to provide young men with positive messages about relationships and their roles and behaviour within them. This A4 poster features the message “if they are really wasted, I just won’t go there” to promote thinking about the impact of […]



Family Planning-Sexuality from a Māori perspective

Ngā Kākano in a free resource for whānau with tamariki aged 8 to 12 that looks at sex and sexuality from a Māori perspective. It includes ideas on how whānau can best communicate with their tamariki on this very important, but often uncomfortable subject at an age where there are many changes going on. Ngā […]



TechSoup – What they can do for your NGO

Who is Techsoup? TechSoup New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation that works to help New Zealand charitable organisations to understand technology. We work with world leading IT suppliers to provide charitable organisations with donated and discounted computers and software. They provide: Technology donations and discounts for not-for-profits – including Office 365, Google Apps for Non-profits, plus […]



SHopp Online – Survey and Update

On 28 August, representatives from several providers and the Ministry of Health met in Auckland to discuss the future direction of SHopp which is now an online communication channel. To ensure SHopp reaches as wide an audience as possible in the sexual and reproductive health sector, we are running a survey which is live from […]