As the Victorian child and family peak body, the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (the Centre) welcomes increased investment across several key areas that affect our member
The Centre is following advice from the federal and state governments in relation to COVID-19 to protect people most at risk and slow the rate of community transmission.
For over 100 years, the Centre has advocated for the rights and wellbeing of children, young people and families in Victoria.
We advocate for the rights of children and young people to be heard, to be safe, access education and to remain connected to family, community and culture.
Too often, the voices of Victoria’s children, young people, and their families aren’t heard in the media. Despite growing public awareness of family and domestic violence, the impact of the
Homelessness Week: How addressing the housing crisis would prevent many young people from entering homelessness
When Ruby was 17 she became homeless. Ruby had been in and out of foster and residential care since she was 6, and at 17 was placed in temporary housing
RT @RosSpenceMP: Earlier today, I was thrilled to be sworn in as the Minister for Prevention of Family Violence, Community Sport & Suburban…Read More
We also acknowledge the ongoing work of Minister for Early Childhood @IngridStitt, Minister for Training and Skills @GayleTierney, and Minister for Prevention of Family Violence @RosSpenceMP for their reappointment to their respective Ministerial portfolios. 2/2Read More
We thank the outgoing Minister for Disability, Ageing & Carers, Child Protection & Family Service @ColinBrooksMP for the care and dedication shown to our sectors. We valued his attendance at our events, including Resi Rocks. We look forward to welcoming Lizze Blandthorn MP. 1/2 https://t.co/wD7e0x6JeeRead More
RT @IngridStitt: I am absolutely honoured to be appointed Minister for Early Childhood and Pre-Prep and Minister for Environment as part of…Read More