The Hon Michelle Landry MP
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Public consultations now open for the successor plan to the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children
Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, has today launched an online consultation process to support the development of the first five-year implementation plan under the successor plan to the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020 (the National Framework).
The Morrison Government has today provided its response to the Productivity Commission’s final Expenditure on Children in the Northern Territory report which outlines in-principle support for the suggested reforms.
National Families Week (15-21 May) is an event which is dedicated to recognising the vital role that families play within the fabric of Australia.
There’s no doubt that in child safety the challenges remain huge, but good things are happening. And that’s why occasions like this are so important.
We have a real opportunity to build on the momentum that we’ve secured so far when it comes to our aim to strengthen child safety across the nation, and this Forum will be front-and centre of these efforts – especially in the Territory.
Today of course, is a very important occasion and I’m pleased to be a part of the launch of SNAICC’s Family Matters Report for 2020. On behalf of the Morrison Government, I would like to commend SNAICC for their ongoing leadership over the past 40 years in providing an effective voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.