• The Guildford Grammar School Foundation is proud to present a free parent workshop on teenagers, alcohol and drugs, with acclaimed author, educator and social commentator, Paul Dillon.

    Paul has been working in the area of drug education for the past 25 years. His best-selling book for parents Teenagers, Alcohol and Drugs was released in 2009. With a broad knowledge of a range of content areas, Paul regularly appears in the media and is regarded as a key social commentator, with interviews on television programs such as Sunrise, Today and The 7PM Project.

    Paul is a regular speaker at the School, presenting parents with important information on alcohol and drugs.  During his career in Drug Education, Paul has served as Project Officer for the ‘SpeedWise SpeedSafe’ campaign; wrote the instruction manual for the NSW Police Services on alcohol and violence; and was also Project Officer for the ‘Stay in Control’ campaign, which targeted teenage binge drinking. He has been involved in the interviewing of key informants for the World Health Organisation Cocaine Study as well as the National Survey of Ecstasy and Other Party Drugs. In addition, Paul been a consultant for the United Nations where he developed and trialed a UNODC Global Youth Training Workshop preventing amphetamine type stimulants among young people.

    This is a must-see presentation for all parents.

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    Location: David Lawe Davies Centre
    Datetime: 29/08/2018 7:00 PM

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