Organised by the Australian National University, the symposium will present the findings of the Children, Communities and Social Capital research which explored what children think about their communities, how they experience ‘community’ on a daily basis and what vision they have for their communities.
NAPCAN’s Angela Walsh with Bowraville preschoolers. The preschool receives support from UBS Optimus Foundation which ensures children are safe and ready for their future.
Article by Damon Kitney printed in The Weekend Australian, September 21, 2013.
Minister for Children and Families John Elferink today helped kick-off Children’s Week celebrations at the official launch.
This year’s Darwin launch host was Maddison Cocker, aged 12, who also hosted the event last year. Children’s Week runs from 19 to 27 October.
The week is a national event to celebrate the right of children to enjoy childhood and is a time for children to demonstrate their talents, skills and abilities.
In the Northern Territory NAPCAN NT Coordinates Childrens Week. The theme is “A Caring World Shares”. Please register your event with NACPAN so we can share with others.
NAPCAN’s highly successful community service video which has been viewed over 10,000,000 times on youtube across a number of NAPCAN and partners accounts.
Child abuse in Australia should be viewed the same way as smoking – as a primary health problem with huge ramifications, a child protection advocate says.
Join a cycling event like no other and raise money for Bravehearts as it strives to make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child. This is as close as you will ever come to competing in a pro cycling event.
The Bravehearts Time Trial is a replica of a professional trial from the ramp start to the motorcycle cameras and timing gates.
I want you all to imagine something with me. Imagine that each week an Australian is murdered at a train station.
That each week, someone’s brother or sister; mother or father is violently killed getting on or off a train. Picture it?
Now picture the public response.
ThinkUKnow, a partnership between the AFP, Microsoft and Datacom, that is an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to children, parents, carers and teachers through schools and organisations across Australia.