A 2015 NAPCAN NSW Play Your Part Award recipient, the Immigrant Women’s Health Service (IWHS), is looking for participants to take part in a short film – an educational resource about forced marriage.
The Children’s Safety Study, commissioned by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, is calling for young people aged between 10 – 18 to take part in an online survey.
As part of National Child Protection Week, a colouring in competition was held for children at the Community Centre in Weipa, as well as local community schools in Napranum and Mapoon in Far North Queensland.
NAPCAN is thrilled with the response to make National Child Protection Week 2015 a great success, including a 20 per cent increase in the number of registered National Child Protection Week community events this year.
The National Children’s and Youth Law Centre’s collaboration provides the only free legal service dedicated to children, young people and their advocates in Australia.
NAPCAN is happy to announce the 2015 Play Your Part Award recipients.
To mark the start of the 25th anniversary of National Child Protection Week (NCPW), Australian of the Year Rosie Batty has called upon all Australians to play their part in protecting children from abuse and neglect.
See today’s tip on how to promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people for the launch of 2015 National Child Protection Week.
Thank you to the Love Bites communities for sharing your young people’s creative work with us as part of National Child Protection Week.
NAPCAN is pleased to release a calendar of tips to promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people for the launch of 2015 National Child Protection Week.