The next Victorian government must put children at the centre

We have a responsibility to look after every Victorian child.

Our future depends on it.

The next Victorian government must put children at the centre

The voices of disadvantaged children and young people are all too often ignored.

Too many Victorian children and families are struggling.

Demand for support services is growing at an unprecedented rate.

That’s why the Victorian state government must act early to help children in need; support young people, their families, and carers; and fund what we know will deliver better results.

Read the Centre’s 2018 Victorian election statement here

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