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Children’s Week is an annual event celebrated in Australia during the fourth week in October. In 1996 it was decided to adopt a permanent theme: “A Caring World Shares” as a reflection of Children’s Week aims while at the same time acknowledging the designated year on national posters and other printed materials.

Children’s Week celebrates the right of children to enjoy childhood. It is also a time for children to demonstrate their talents, skills and abilities. For more information please visit the Childrens Week website here

In the Northern Territory NAPCAN is the local coordinator of Children’s Week.

Please register your local Northern Territory event here and NAPCAN will publish it from our website www.napcan.org.au via a link to go here.

Across the Northern Territory

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 Darwin Children’s Week Activities

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NAPCAN NT Children's Week 2013 Invite

 

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Alice Springs Children’s Week Activities

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Alice Springs Pool Party Children's Week 2013

 

Katherine Children’s Week Activities 

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Palmerston Children’s Week Activities

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Download the Children’s Week Poster

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Children’s Week Logo

Childrens Week Logo

The Children’s Week logo may only be used in association with Children’s Week activities and events coordinated by each state or territories official committee. Cases falling outside these specifications require permission from their state or territory body. Please see here for more information on use of the Logo.

Author: NAPCAN