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SAFE CHURCH PROGRAM NATIONAL CHILD SAFETY FRAMEWORK
 

“Children are safer when institutions acknowledge and teach them about their rights to be heard, listened to and taken seriously.” (Royal Commission, 2017).

NCCA Professional Learning Webinar - 22 October 2021

The Salvation Army Australia

eSafety  Commissioner

Commissioner for Children and Young People WA

Advocate for Children and Young People NSW

Commission for Children and Young People Victoria

**NEW RESOURCE** Empowerment and Participation Guide for Organisations: https://ccyp.vic.gov.au/assets/resources/Empowerment-and-Participation-Guide/CCYP-Empowerment-and-participation-guide-for-Web.pdf 

 

NCCA framework

Child Wise resources developed for the NCCA Safe Church Program Framework 

 Advocate for Children and Young People NSW

NCCA framework

Child Wise resources developed for the NCCA Safe Church Program Framework 

 

ChildSafe

NCCA framework

Child Wise resources developed for the NCCA Safe Church Program Framework 

Other Resources

Catholic Professional Standards Limited

 

Australian Catholic University - Institute of Child Protection Studies  
Children and young people are informed about their rights, participate in decisions affecting them and are taken seriously. 
 Principles and Indicators    ICPS Resource
     
2.1 Children and young people are informed about their rights, including their rights to safety, information and participation   Child friendly Video:

Children’s Safety Study

2.2 The importance of friendships is recognised and support from peers is encouraged, to help children and young people feel safe and be less isolated  

Report:

Taking Us Seriously 

2.3 Where relevant to the setting or context, children and young people may be offered access to sexual abuse prevention programs and to relevant related information in an age appropriate way  

Research Summary:

Not everything is imaginary: Children's conceptualisations of interpersonal safety

2.4 Staff and volunteers are attuned to signs of harm and facilitate child- friendly ways for children to express their views, participate in decision-making and raise their concerns  

Conversation article:

Children's views about safety in institutions

    Professional Learning option for staff to engage in child centred practice

  

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