The 2015 National Child Protection Week will kick off on Father’s Day, Sunday 6 September, inviting all Australians to play their part to promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. “Protecting children is everyone’s business.”
The positive benefits of making rap music and videos about issues that matter to young people in regional indigenous communities is demonstrated by Desert Pea Media – the 2013 NAPCAN NSW Play Your Part award recipient.
“This book represents my love for fairy tales. My passion driven by my hope that someday my life can represent a fairy tale,” is the written explanation of a photograph by one of the young people featured in the As Eye See It exhibition.