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Get Involved - National Child Protection Week 2021

National Child Protection Week

5-11 September 2021


Theme: Every child, in every community, needs a fair go.

To treat all of Australia’s children fairly, we need to make sure every family and community has what kids need to thrive and be healthy.

Find out more about the theme.

Welcome to the campaign for 2021.

Watch this space as we add resources in the coming months…


Pledge your support for the campaign

Simply submit your logo and a few words about how you support National Child Protection Week – it’s that easy!

We’ll feature your pledge with your organisation’s logo on our website.

Sign up for our newsletter

Sign up now to receive regular updates including links to resources.

Use our logos and banners

Pop them on your email signature, your website, or National Child Protection Week resources. Left click to open the full sized banners.

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Like and share our social media

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (NAPCAN_AU). Use the hashtags #ncpw, #ncpw21 and #playyourpart.

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Coming soon…

To support National Child Protection Week further, we have a few more things you can do to get involved:

Coming soon…

Other Activities For Children

More coming soon…

List your activities on our calendar

Resources to support events and activities

NAPCAN has plenty of free resources to support your activities including: brochures for parents and carers, tips for how to play your part, videos and posters.

You can get involved with National Child Protection Week by helping us spread the word

Publish an article in your newsletter

Coming soon…

Get some media attention!

If you have an activity or project that helps to support children, National Child Protection Week is a great opportunity to promote your work. Use our draft media content to get you started. Or contact NAPCAN for quotes, comments or interviews.

Watch the 2020 webinar recordings