NATIONAL CHILD PROTECTION WEEK 2017
(3 – 9 September 2017)
Hey kids and teens!
National Child Protection Week is all about children and young people.
So we’d love to be able to use your artwork to help us spread important messages about how our community can work together to help keep children safe.
WHAT CAN I WIN?
WHAT KIND OF ARTWORK?
The theme of National Child Protection Week is ‘Stronger Communities, Safer Children’. Basically this means: ‘How do we build happy communities where everyone works together to protect children?’.
We want to see what things YOU think are most important in making your community happy and safe for children. What things should adults (parents, friends, family, teachers, volunteers, workers etc) be doing to help keep children safe from abuse and neglect?
For example you might like to draw a picture that shows:
HOW DO I ENTER?
DEADLINE: 5pm Friday 28 April 2017
WHAT IS NATIONAL CHILD PROTECTION WEEK ALL ABOUT?
National Child Protection Week (NCPW) runs from the 3rd – 9th September 2017. This is an annual campaign run by NAPCAN supported by community organisations across Australia. National Child Protection Week aims to raise awareness of children’s right to be safe and well and to encourage more adults to play their part in making this happen. During National Child Protection Week there will be lots of activities and stories about how everyone in the community can play their part in protecting children. You can find out more about National Child Protection Week on our website at www.napcan.org.au/ncpw
HOW DO I GET MORE INFORMATION?
If you have any questions, please contact:
National Stakeholder Manager
Mobile: 0408 914971