What is ‘The Right to Consent’ in NSW Today?
Raise your awareness and increase your understanding of the current legal and practice implications of The ‘Right to Consent’ and ‘Consent in Sex’ Consent is not a ‘one shot deal’ and anyone can revoke consent at any time.
Consent is an individual’s free agreement to participate in an activity. Consent can only be given if it is free and voluntary, without fear, coercion, intimidation, or anything else that inhibits free agreement (Australian Law Reform Commission, 2010; Powell, 2010). With respect to Consent in Sex, it can be hard to know if the person you’re with wants to be more intimate with you or not. It is not enough to say that an individual consented just because they did not refuse or resist.
In this one-day Forum:
- Increase your knowledge of current or emerging laws, principles, and practice of ‘The Right to Consent’ or ‘Consent in Sex’;
- Gain information about non-Government and Government Services & Agencies that can assist your Organisation to understand The Right to Consent or Consent in Intimate Relationships relevant to your clients, and
- Develop your confidence in talking to your clients about their rights to consent, or withdraw consent, in intimate relationships.
Who should attend this workshop?
TEI funded Service Providers in WSNPBM
Announcing our Keynote Speaker and Panel of 4 Specialists:
|Keynote Speaker –||Renata Field, Policy and Research Manager from Domestic Violence NSW.|
|First Nations or CALD Speaker||Dr. Lana Leslie, Principal Consultant Lana Leslie Consulting.
Sharon Taylor, Aboriginal Health Educator from Health Education and Training Institute (HETI).
|ACON Pride Speaker –||Kristoff Adelbert, Campaign Lead for “Primary Prevention of Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence”.|
|Disability Advocacy NSW Speaker –||Amanda Chui, Sydney West/Far West Acting Regional Coordinator.|
|Local Service Provider –||Cathy Want, Manager of Rosies Place.|
A Counsellor from Rosie’s Place will be present for participants who need support to stay safe if ‘triggered’.( recalling a traumatic experience)
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