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Leaders in providing

sex positive education

to Australian parents,

youth & services

I passionately believe in the power of an individual to make a difference. 

The One A Day Project  was born of a personal commitment to do everything in my power to keep one child safe from sexual assault, every single day of my life. Through the Courageous Conversations Parent Forum, I help parents have brave, bold and impactful discussions with their kids about love & sex. Through our community work & teen engagement we dismantle stereotypes, challenge violence & gender inequality. It is my mission to create a culture of respect, diversity, celebration, safety & connection.

It starts with me. And it starts with you too. Come and be the change we need to see.

Lily Isobella

CEO & Founder

Our nationally acclaimed programs

for parents & youth

For parents

Courageous Conversations
$47
  • An evening seminar to kickstart conversations that will keep your child healthy & safe in a hyper-sexualised world.
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For teen girls

Get Up Girl
$149
  • A full day of learning about life, love & kicking ass. Self esteem, self respect & self defence.
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For teen boys

Upstanding
$coming soon
  • A full day of boxing, bystander approach & learning to become the man you want to be.
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We help schools and organisations keep their young people safe & healthy

Help for your organisation

We believe our young people are desperate for honest & reliable sources of information regarding their sexuality and their safety. We believe they have a fundamental right to comprehensive & practical education, that includes sex positive, values driven relationship skills.

For schools

Seminars and workshops
$on request
  • Learning opportunities for your students, and their parents. Work with us to engage your community
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For organisations

Partnership opportunities
$on request
  • A range of partnership opportunities, including education, sponsorship & speaker engagement
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Lily and her team offer the most wonderful forum for parents and community to get down to the nitty gritty, awkward, most-often-avoided subject of sex, gender, intimacy and relationships and how to engage in meaningful, ongoing conversations with our children as they mature.

With thoroughly researched material, skilful sensitivity and a healthy sense of humour, they create a safe respectful arena in which to ask any and all questions you might have.

They empower the participants to be self-referenced, authentic, honest and appropriate to the moment. They address the increasing challenges of inappropriate early exposure to sexuality through social media, a hyper-sexualised image-conscious culture and the influence of alcohol, drugs and the pressure of peers to ‘belong’.

This kind of forum is so desperately needed  to create a healthy culture of openness, trust, curiosity and informed consent  and I highly recommend this work to any parents and educators looking for practical platform to begin.

Nirado Griffin

Educator, NSW

Upcoming 

Courageous Conversations Parent Forum 

Queensland

Courageous Conversations
$39 - 47
  • GOLD COAST, October 24, 6pm
  • , September 18, 6pm
  • , September 19
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New South Wales

Courageous Conversations
$39 - 47
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Victoria

Courageous Conversations
$39 - 47
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The forum was a great way for me to explore how to develop and maintain open and healthy communication with my son right from the start about sex, sexuality, and gender.

The discussions and self reflection helped me understand how important all of this to support him in life to find happy, healthy, safe, exciting and consentual relationships.

Jane Phillips

Social Worker, NSW

Our mission is to create a culture of sexual assault prevention.

This can be achieved by nurturing a sex positive attitude and by creating spaces where education and robust dialogue can occur.

Through fun and engaging parenting forums, challenging and inspiring public education, and honest and diverse events, we will start a national conversation about what it takes to change the statistics.

We believe parents, care givers, social services & educators are all vital to this change. 

We know our young people are desperate for honest answers about sexuality, meaningful conversations about human relationships and practical tools on how to navigate the world though which they move.  

They are ready for this to change.

Are you?