Sophie from the Australian Women Against Violence Alliance, Teresa Scott, NAPCAN President and Leesa Waters, Deputy CEO with Kelly Banister, Australian Women’s Health Network CEO at the launch of the Our Watch campaign.
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day is held annually to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, their strengths, and their connections to culture, as well as to acknowledge the efforts of all those who work with our children and families.
Stay Smart Online Week, formerly National Cyber Security Awareness Week, aims to help Australians using the internet – whether at home, the workplace or school – understand the simple steps they can take to protect their personal and financial information online.
Nearly 100 guests enjoyed the delightful QLD weather, sipped a beverage of choice, were provided with an array of canapes and listened to the NAPCAN president, Teresa Scott share the positive impacts of our community prevention programs.
If you are aware of an individual or group who are doing inspiring work to prevent child abuse and neglect and keep children and young people safe in communities across Australia – NAPCAN invites you to nominate them for an Award!
Today, March 20 2014 is Oxfam’s National Close the Gap Day, the day aims to support Indigenous health equality by generating conversation and creating awareness about the importance of this critical issue.