— Stop Sexual Violence (@AreYouThatSome1) September 22, 2014
The Are You That Someone campaign is aimed at young people aged 16 to 21 and has been funded by the Ministry of Social Development.
Four posters show different scenarios where young people could intervene when they see their friends being pressured for sex, groped, isolated or taken advantage of.
“That means, for example, recognising when someone’s too wasted to give consent to sex and speaking up on their behalf. It means checking in with your mates to see if they’re OK with the attention they’re getting.
“This is about sexual violence that unfortunately happens in this country on a far too regular basis,” Ms Bennett said.
“It was happening in the 1980s when I was a teenager as well.”
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