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2021 National Child Protection Week posters are here!

To have printed copies of the posters sent to you, please order your posters by Wednesday 30 June. This year, two posters have been created to support National Child Protection Week and the important theme: Every child, in every community, needs a fair go.  To treat all of Australia’s children fairly, we need to make sure every…

June 17, 2021
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Teens and runners paving the way to prevent sexual assault and family violence. 

From a lone woman running across the outback to a group of coastal teens creating a hip hop song, the aim is the same: let’s get everyone in Australia talking about family violence and what it means to have a healthy relationship. Run Against Violence has recently joined forces with the National Association for Prevention…

April 27, 2021
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Children’s Art Activity Launched

Children’s Art Activity What should our neighbourhood look like? This year in Child Protection Week (5-11 September) we will be talking about the need to treat all of Australia’s children fairly, by making sure that every neighbourhood has what kids need to thrive and be healthy. We’re looking for artworks to show what children and…

April 7, 2021
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Media release: Labor Calls for Urgent Funding of Respectful Relationship Education for High Schools

TRISH DOYLE MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR THE PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LABOR CALLS FOR URGENT FUNDING OF RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION FOR HIGH SCHOOLS NSW Labor has called on the Berejiklian Government to urgently fund an early intervention program that discusses healthy relationships, consent and domestic violence following alarming reports of the sexual assault of female…

March 2, 2021
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Launch of the Queensland Prevention Alliance

NAPCAN is pleased to announce the establishment of the Queensland Prevention Alliance, which will focus on the role that different sectors, communities and individuals have in keeping children safe and thriving. The Alliance brings together key government, non-government, community groups and the private sector across the community to focus on primary prevention strategies. Initial priorities…

November 27, 2020
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Children’s Week starts on 24 October!

Children’s Week starts on 24 October! Article 15 supports children to grow and learn Giving kids the best opportunities to learn and grow is everybody’s business. Importantly, the way that we interact with children and young people every day can make a big difference to their lives.  This year’s theme is based on Article 15 under…

October 19, 2020
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New poster launched by NAPCAN & CoLab – Putting children first

“Putting children first means making sure that every neighbourhood in the country has what kids need to thrive and be healthy – including supportive adults, high-quality child care, safe places to play & learn, community & belonging, secure housing,  and well-supported parents.”  This is the key message of a new poster launched today by NAPCAN…

September 8, 2020
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NT Acts of Kindness Challenge Launched

NT Acts of Kindness Challenge Launched  Being kind is good for our health, good for those around us, and especially good for children. And best of all, it’s contagious!  Today at the Darwin National Child Protection Week event, the NT Acts of Kindness Challenge was launched by NAPCAN and Dolly’s Dream to highlight the power of kindness…

September 7, 2020
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Governor General supporting National Child Protection Week

For release: Sunday 6th September Added stress of coronavirus means National Child Protection Week is more important than ever Today is Father’s Day, which also marks the beginning of National Child Protection Week. In 2020 National Child Protection Week is celebrating its 30th year with the important theme Putting Children First. NAPCAN – the National…

September 6, 2020
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Activity sheet to create ‘meaningful moments’

How gorgeous is this National Child Protection Week colouring and activity sheet based on artwork from Luke Duffy, Kalkadoon Digital Artist, Queensland!? The artwork depicts this year’s theme: Putting Children First. It shows Elders, family, services and community supporting kids each step of the way, showing leadership and guidance so that the path is never broken…

September 6, 2020
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