Child Safe Organisation Forum Wrap-Up

The Child Safe Organisations Forum was hosted by the Centre on Tuesday, October 31. The event was a resounding success, with a fantastic turnout! The audience heard from a diverse range of presenters, including Commissioner for Children and Young People Liana Buchanan and Justice Coate, Commissioner with the Royal Commission into Intuitional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Other speakers included Deputy Secretary Kylie Kilgour, Dr Muriel Bamblett (VACCA) and expert academics, Professors Daryl Higgins and Smallbone and Dr Tim Moore.  The presenters shared key insights into how organisations can become safer for children, and provided practical tools which will assist.

Take a look below for copies of videos and presentations from the day.

VACCA: Cultural Safety and Child Standards  – Adjunct Professor Dr Muriel Bamblett AM, CEO VACCA
How organisations can identify, assess and reduce child safety risks – Professor Daryl Higgins, Director, Institute of Child Protection Studies, Australian Catholic University
Betrayal of Trust and the Royal Commission – Kylie Kilgour, Deputy Secretary, Criminal Justice, Strategy and Co-ordination Department of Justice and Regulation
Protective Participation – Dr Tim Moore, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Child Protection Studies, Australian Catholic University
Child Safe: Reflections on the impact of the Royal Commission: Emeritus Professor Stephen Smallbone, Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University


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