The purpose of the project was to identify and assess sexual violence prevention initiatives that are available for disabled people in New Zealand, to identify any gaps, and to provide advice on what is needed for disabled people in the future.
We completed over 30 interviews, held a hui and ran a survey for organisations and individuals from the disability and sexual violence sectors. These informed our stocktake of sexual violence prevention initiatives for disabled people and allowed us to identify gaps, future priorities, and enablers and barriers to service. We also completed a rapid review of literature to determine key success elements for sexual violence prevention initiatives for disabled people. These were used to assess the initiatives identified in the stocktake.