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.
The Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families Michelle Landry has today congratulated Anne Hollonds on her appointment as Australia’s incoming National Children’s Commissioner.
Community Services Ministers (CSM) met via teleconference on Wednesday 29 July 2020 to continue their discussions regarding supporting Australian children and their families.
The Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families, the Hon Michelle Landry MP, has today announced one-off funding of $1 million to support the Northern Territory Government Reform Management Office in their role as Secretariat for the Children and Families Tripartite Forum.
The Morrison Government is extending the Towards Independent Adulthood trial in Western Australia to help support young people scheduled to leave out-of-home care in coming months.
Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families Michelle Landry will attend the ninth meeting of the Northern Territory Tripartite Forum, which is being held today in Darwin.
The Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry MP, has today announced a public consultation process on the redesign of the Intercountry Adoption Family Support Service (ICAFSS).
The Morrison Government is extending its highly successful Be Connected program that helps older Australians navigate the online world safely.
Australia’s most at risk children will be better protected by a world-first information sharing platform from next year which is designed to improve collaboration between state and territory child protection agencies. Assistant Minister for Children and Families Michelle Landry today announced NSW-based company Itree has been awarded a $5.9 million, five-year contract to deliver the project.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of Blue Knot Day, established by the Blue Knot Foundation to raise awareness of the more than five million adult survivors of complex trauma.
Annual Day for Daniel helping to make communities safer for all children. It is a reminder that it is everyone’s duty to protect children.
Assistant Minister for Children and Families Michelle Landry today calls on all Australians to participate in the wide variety of activities planned nationwide for National Children’s Week 2019.
The Coalition Government has today launched a new guide to help organisations better handle complaints that upholds the rights and voices of young Australians.
Federal Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, has encouraged people with disability and their supporters and families to contribute their input into the reshaping of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, while officially opening the inaugural Regional Disability Expo in Rockhampton.
Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, today launched a trial for Parent Link at a community event in Rockhampton. Parent Link is a free text messaging service aimed at providing information and resources to parents and expectant parents in the first 1000 days of their child’s life.
This year marks the sixth anniversary of the National Apology for Forced Adoptions. On 21 March 2013, the Government formally apologised to people affected by past forced adoption policies and practices in Australia.
The Government has today released terms of reference for a Productivity Commission Study on improvements to the way initiatives supporting families and children are funded in the Northern Territory.
Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, joined Woodridge North State School Queensland Community Hub migrants, for English class today. “Migrants, refugee women and their children are among Australia’s most vulnerable people,” Minister Landry said. “We know that learning English is a key contributor to better employment and educational outcomes, social participation levels and it helps provide people with an overall sense of belonging to the Australian community.”