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An Online Resource Library on Gender-Based Violence.

RePlay: Finding Zoe 2.0

General Material

This online video game promotes healthy, equal, and non-violent relationships amongst diverse youth aged 8 to 14. It uses the popular medium of video games to open a dialogue about abuse, address the "rumour mill" youth often experience, educate players about healthy relationships, encourage young people to build respectful relationships, and teach players about places they can go for help.

"RePlay's goal is to promote healthy, equal relationships and challenge gender-based violence among children and youth. Accessible written resources for educators, parents, and youth were created in English as tools to accomplany the video game, and were translated into French.