National Child Protection Week colouring in competition starts conversations about child safety

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.

The colouring sessions provided a platform to talk about child safety, with children identifying who they felt safe with and who they could talk to if they needed help with anything.


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