Don’t make children the victims of the same–sex marriage survey
This vote can provide an opportunity to challenge homophobia and show solidarity and care for young people
Celebrating those who give a voice to young people
We are proud to be involved in the Protecting Children Awards for the tenth year in a row.
Child Safe Standards information sessions
We will be holding information sessions in Geelong and Melbourne in September and October
Permanency Amendments Inquiry report complete
We have finalised our inquiry report into the implementation of permanency amendments
Celebrating NAIDOC week
This year’s NAIDOC week theme reminds us of the vital importance of keeping Aboriginal children’s connection to culture
Let's stick to the fundamentals in child and youth crime
Protecting and strengthening a specialised and effective criminal justice response to children and young people.
Reportable Conduct Scheme form requirements
Guidance for heads of organisations about the information we will require in an allegation report.
Commissioners and Guardians meet to discuss key priorities
Communique from the Australian Children's Commissioners and Guardians meeting in Hobart in May 2017
The Same Four Walls report
Media release: Children in Victoria’s youth justice centres are subjected to unacceptable levels of isolation and lockdowns.
Taskforce 1000 recommendations
From Andrew Jackomos on the recommendations of the Taskforce 1000 reports into Aboriginal children in out-of-home care.
Youth justice administration changes
Comments on changes to Victoria's youth justice administration and Ombudsman report.
Corrections staff in youth justice
Our response to the announcement that Corrections Victoria staff will be brought into youth justice.
Child Safe Standards from 1 January
Organisations operating in Victoria specifically for children will be required to meet Child Safe Standards from 1 January 2017.
Neither Seen nor Heard report
Media release: The child protection system needs to improve its responses to child victims of family violence.
Always Was, Always Will Be, Koori Children report
Media release: Victoria's child protection has failed Aboriginal children, a landmark report has found.
In the child's best interests report
Media release: Report finds child protection services are not complying with the Aboriginal Child Placement Principle.