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Teens Talk… Consent


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Teens Talk… is professional development with a twist – we’re giving teens the mic to share their expertise about the issues that affect them in the classroom. In this second event in the series, our teen experts will be talking all things consent.

Hosted by Consent Labs, an organisation dedicated to changing the culture around sexual consent, youth facilitator Noah Bloch will speak with two current high school students – Izabella Measham-Park and Joudy Sallam – about their experiences of consent. What does consent mean to teenagers today? What are the obstacles to clear communication of consent? And what are some of the problems with the current ways that consent education is taught in schools?

Hear about these urgent and important issues, from the young people currently living through them.

This event will be also live-streamed, available to view on this page.

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Noah Bloch

Noah is currently in second year at the University of Sydney, studying a Bachelor of Arts and Advanced Studies majoring in International Relations and Sociology. Since 2021 Noah has been working for the organisation Consent Labs – a collective of young people with a passion to provide engaging... Read more

Izabella Measham-Park

Izabella is a 19 year old woman who is based in Melbourne Victoria, who attend and graduated from Melbourne Girls College in 2020. She has been apart of the entertainment industry since she was 6 years old. Her passion specifically for acting and the performing arts community has never wavered. With... Read more

Joudy Sallam

Joudy Sallam is a Year 10 student from Melbourne. She was born and grew up in Cairo, Egypt before moving to Australia in 2013. From a young age, she enjoyed public speaking; from debating, delivering speeches, to youth activism. Along with her interest in politics, she enjoys listening to music and ... Read more


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