2018 Protecting Children Awards: nominations open

The Victorian Protecting Children Awards recognise dedicated teams and individuals working within government and community services who make protecting children their business every day.

2018 Victorian Protecting Children Awards

Nominations are now open for awards that recognise the dedicated individuals and teams who work to improve the lives of Victoria’s most vulnerable children, young people and families.

The Victorian Protecting Children Awards recognise excellence in service across the child protection and community sectors and celebrate work done in child, youth and family services.

Award categories

The 2018 Victorian Protecting Children Awards recognise excellence in 15 categories. Nine are open to everyone, while six categories are for Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) staff only.

Two of the Victorian Protecting Children Awards honour the memory of the visionary Robin Dennis Clark (1936 – 2001) who greatly influenced child and family related policy and practice in Victoria.

For more information and how to nominate, click here

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