Children’s Week is a national celebration of children’s rights, talents and citizenship held on the fourth Wednesday of October in Australia to coincide with Universal Children’s Day. Each year the theme of Children’s Week highlights a particular Children’s Right.
2018 Theme: Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child –Children have the right to have a say in matters that affect them, and for their views and opinions to be taken seriously.
Want to get involved with Children’s Week?
- Children’s Week is run by different organisations in each state and territory and many of these have their own websites. To find out more, check this list http://www.childrensweek.org.au/links.php on the national Children’s Week website – or see below for information about Northern Territory and Queensland, where NAPCAN is directly involved.