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Help our youth-led not-for-profit create crucial cultural change

Through funding, we will be able to expand Teach Us Consent to achieve:

Educational Reform

We believe in creating a future where future generations understand the concept of consent, empowered with knowledge and respect. Your donations enable us to reform educational curricula, integrating earlier and more holistic age-appropriate consent education.

Early Intervention

Teachers are on the front lines of education and development. Through your donations, Teach Us Consent can develop comprehensive training programs for educators, equipping them with knowledge and tools to incorporate the fundamentals and nuances of consent into everyday teaching. This further promotes ongoing dialogue about consent and respect beyond the classroom.

Media & Advocacy

Your contributions support cross-media campaigns to lobby governments and raise awareness of the prevalence of rape culture. Teach Us Consent creates impactful campaigns, educational materials, and advocacy initiatives that spread awareness about the importance of consent. By amplifying our message through various media channels, we aim to shift public perception and encourage positive social change.

Build Partnerships

Help us build partnerships with educational institutions, relevant private sector groups, NGOs, community organisations, government, and policy-makers. These collaborations are fundamental in implementing effective consent education and support systems to result in long-lasting positive change. Together, we can create a broad network of organisations and individuals working toward a common goal to demolish rape culture.


In February 2021, Chanel Contos posted an Instagram story.

She asked her followers if they or someone close to them had been sexually assaulted by someone when they were at school. Within 24 hours, over 200 people replied ‘yes’.

Overwhelmed, but unsurprised by the response, Chanel launched a petition calling for more holistic and earlier consent education in Australia, as well as, a platform where people could share anonymous testimonies of sexual assault.

The petition, which gathered over 44,000 signatures, and a further 6,600 personal stories of sexual assault were presented to MPs around the country to advocate for this critical education to be included in the Australian national curriculum.

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