DARTA has developed partnerships with a number of organisations and agencies and continues to support them in a variety of ways. Some of these collaborations include the following:

Club Health International Conference – due to the research Paul Dillon has conducted in the ecstasy and related drugs area, in 2002 he was invited to be a member of the Conference’s International Steering Group and continues in this role today.

RRISK Seminars – first developed in 1999, the RRISK program now reaches almost 5000 Year 11 students from 51 schools across northern NSW from Tweed Heads to Port Macquarie. Paul has been the keynote speaker at this event since 2000 and continues to be a proud supporter of this innovative program.

Consent Labs – is a youth-led not-for-profit that provides consent and sexual health workshops across high-schools and universities. Born out of a recognised need for greater awareness of consent, sexual harassment and assault, these educational programs provide students with the knowledge to make informed and empowered decisions to have healthy sexual experiences. The programs are inclusive for all genders and sexualities.


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