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.
Find a Child Protection Week Event to support in your State or register your own event with us.
On 30 April 2009, the Council of Australian Governments endorsed the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009–2020, an ambitious and long-term agenda to improve the safety and wellbeing of Australia’s children.
Great article in the Sydney Morning Herald by Anne Hollonds who is the chief executive of the Benevolent Society. Last week I found myself reading the harrowing account of a day in the life of a Family and Community Services caseworker in the Herald. I only made it to ”10am” before I had to stop. The…
On the eve of National Child Protection Week (1-7 September), Families Australia has called for vastly more effort to make protecting children everyone’s business.
Families Australia calls on all Australian political parties to prioritise the needs of families and individuals experiencing vulnerability and marginalisation.
The National Children’s Commissioner, Megan Mitchell, believes that children and young people are experts in their own live, she needs to ask the experts!
The International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) works towards the prevention and treatment of child abuse, neglect, and exploitation globally. Registration and abstract submission are now open for several international conferences.
NAICD is coming up on 4 August 2013. This year NAICD is all about standing up for child rights. It’s about creating a space for people to come together and discuss Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s rights – Right Here Right Now: Our Rights Matter! It is also a day of celebration and pride…
From everyone at NAPCAN
We thank you for playing your part this year and hope you enjoy the festive season, with a safe and happy start to the new year!
Over the holiday season we encourage you to reach out and connect with the children and young people in your community.
“Be someone who listens to children”