The Hon Michelle Landry MP
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The Morrison Government will provide more than $360,000 in funding for the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) to undertake ground-breaking research that will enhance support for carers across the nation, and lead to better outcomes for some of our most vulnerable children.
Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, has welcomed the launch of this year’s National Child Protection Week.
The Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry MP, has today commended the NSW Government for moving to introduce integrated birth certificates.
We are here to show our support for this tremendous Foundation that Bruce and Denise Morcombe established, as an enduring legacy for their beautiful son Daniel.
We are all here because of our shared commitment to strengthen and secure the safety and wellbeing of our nation’s children. I am especially looking forward to the Young People’s Panel, and hearing their views on how we can enhance the contributions of our youth during the development of policies which impact their lives.
This workshop today will help guide our approach as we move beyond the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children at the end of this year, towards the next children’s strategy.