NAPCAN releases the 2015 National Child Protection Week posters

Share This Post

NAPCAN is happy to announce the release of the 2015 National Child Protection Week (6  to 12 September) posters, which can be downloaded.

2015 NCPW Protecting Children is Everyone's Business

Be someone who listens to children is the core message of this year’s National Child Protection week poster.

The Protecting Children is Everyone’s Business poster, designed to be displayed year round, demonstrates that to prevent child abuse and neglect we can all play a part.

Parents, an aunt/uncle, friends, health practitioner and local business are featured with advice on how to offer support to children and families, such as for local businesses to ‘promote a family friendly environment’ and that it’s OK for parents to ‘reach out, ask for support and take time out’.

To receive a copy of both posters please email: ncpw@napcan.org.au with the subject “NCPW 2015 poster request” and include the mailing address.

If you would like more than one copy of each poster, (the cost is free) please email: Madelene McGrath (madelene.mcgrath@napcan.org.au) with the subject “Bulk Order 2015 NCPW Posters”. Make sure to include how many posters you would like and the mailing address.

Please spread the word about National Child Protection Week, for more information: https://www.napcan.org.au/ncpw/.

More News From NAPCAN

Uncategorized

LOVE BITES GRANTS 2024

Thanks to generous funding from Run Against Violence (RAV), Round Four of the Love Bites Grants are now open! The aim of the grants is to help the Love Bites program reach as many young people as possible, particularly in areas of high need. We know that the cost of training facilitators

Uncategorized

NAPCAN POSITION:

Trainer – Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people? Are you someone who has the skills to build community connections and deliver educational programs across Australia? Do you have excellent online and face-to-face training facilitation skills