National Child Protection Week: Protecting children is everybody’s business


This week is National Child Protection Week, an important opportunity to reflect on the things we can do to protect and uphold the safety and wellbeing of children in our community.

This year’s theme is ‘Stronger Communities, Safer Children’ – because strong, caring, connected communities are key to keeping kids safer.

We’ve put together a guide of some a few things you can do to help keep kids safer and your community strong.

How you can play your part during child protection week


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Family Matters campaign

Home Stretch campaign


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