The Meeting will start with a presentation from, Katrina Marson, discussing child sex education, wellbeing and awareness in schools. Katrina is an ACT criminal lawyer with particular experience in family violence and sexual offences. She was ACT Young Lawyer of the Year in 2016, and in 2018 was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to research relationships and sex education as a means of safeguarding sexual wellbeing and preventing sexual violence. She will discuss aspects of her research, including why comprehensive relationships and sex education is important, and the vital role of teachers and parents in the delivery of that education. Her report can be found at the Churchill Trust Australia website.
Please arrive at 6:45 for a 7pm start. Ends 9:30pm. All welcome.