Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Ms Michelle Landry, today affirmed the Coalition Government’s commitment to supporting children, families and local communities at today’s Family and Relationships Services Australia Conference in Cairns, Queensland.
Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher, and Assistant Minister for Children & Families, Michelle Landry, today acknowledged the ninth anniversary of the National Apology to the Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants.
The Federal Coalition Government, state and territory governments, and non-government organisations are committed to improving permanency outcomes for the 48,000 children in out-of-home care and ensuring they have a safe, stable and loving home.
Federal Minister for Social Services, Paul Fletcher, and Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, have announced $4.13 million in continued funding for three organisations specialising in migrant settlement services.
The Coalition Government is funding a pilot program to provide domestic violence response (DV-alert) training to frontline workers supporting women with disability across the country.
November marks National Adoption Awareness Month, a reminder that every child deserves a safe, stable and loving home.
“The time for blame, for turning away, for hiding, for running and denying is over; recovery is possible.” Federal Member for Capricornia and Assistant Minister for Children & Families, Hon Michelle Landry MP, says today is the perfect opportunity to help and support adult survivors of childhood traumas.
A ground-breaking, Morrison Government-supported program encouraging thousands of students to “Ask Gran, Not Google” and forge links with senior Australians is being rolled out across Australia.
Assistant Minister for Children and Families, Michelle Landry, joined Member for Fairfax, Ted O’Brien, and hundreds of Sunshine Coast locals today to walk in the 14th Annual ‘Walk for Daniel’ at Woombye on the Sunshine Coast.
On the eve of Day for Daniel, the Australian Parliament will today join local Fairfax MP Ted O’Brien, Assistant Minister for Children and Families Michelle Landry and Prime Minister Scott Morrison in honouring the child safety legacy of Daniel Morcombe.
The call has gone out for all Australians to try one new thing online during Get Online Week.
All Australians are being urged to play their part in keeping children safe during National Child Protection Week this week.