Healthy Relationships







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Chris Thompson
Grey Digital (on behalf of Safer Cornwall)
This was a collaborative project with Truro and Penwith College funded by the Government’s Safer Streets 4 initiative. Its aims are to develop a hard-hitting awareness campaign to change negative behaviours and to help educate students about healthy relationships. 

Target Audience: A’ Level and Further Education (FE) students 16 to 18 years of age, who are students at Truro and Penwith College in Cornwall on the Truro Campus. These students are likely to not fully recognise the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and behaviours. They may be in a romantic relationship themselves or have close friends who are in a romantic relationship. 

Behavioural Change Objective: Challenge and change negative behaviours in relationships (both their own and those of friends). 

Proposition: There are important differences between behaviours in healthy and unhealthy relationships. By recognising these differences, you will know what you may need to do about it.







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The Falmouth students came up with some great campaign ideas for what is a tricky subject. Three of the campaigns are were selected and are currently being rolled out in at least two colleges. 







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