Free webinar on Consent: Strategies for parents to start the conversation at home

In the next of our free The Parents Website Webinars, Elephant Ed will cover the topic of consent and help guide parents on how to start, and continue, the conversation at home.

In response to the national discussion about the need for better consent education for young people, The Parents Website and Elephant Ed are hosting a free webinar for parents and carers on the topic of consent.

The discussion was prompted by the online petition and forum organised by former Sydney school student, Chanel Contos. Thousands of young women have posted testimonies, many alleging sexual assaults by male students, often at private parties.

Elephant Ed is a leading provider of sexuality and relationships education to tens of thousands of Australian students and is endorsed by the eSafety Commissioner as a Trusted eSafety Provider.

Key Takeaways
The webinar will include the following key discussion points:

  • Background to the current petition and testimonies
  • Statistics and prevalence of sexual assault
  • Legalities surrounding consent
  • Avenues to seek help
  • Strategies to start the conversation at home

How to register

You are required to register in advance for this webinar. Please use the link below to register.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a unique link to join the webinar on the night.

Important: Please do not share this link with others – it is unique to you.

Once it is activated, the link will not work on another device. If you share the link with someone else, you will be unable to access the webinar on the night. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to be in touch.

Please note the webinar will not be recorded.


Wednesday 28 April (7 pm – 8 pm)

About Elephant Ed

Since 2015, Elephant Ed has been taking a different approach to sex education, sending young, relatable and highly trained facilitators to deliver fun and engaging sex education workshops to schools, universities and community groups.

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