Empowerment and participation make children safer from abuse: new guide for organisations launched today
Commission’s work for vulnerable children and young people saw heightened focus on oversight and advocacy when pandemic struck
New data shows Reportable Conduct Scheme plays ‘increasingly vital role’ in protecting Victoria’s children and young people from abuse
New free Commission webinars
The Commission has launched new free webinars on the Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct Scheme.
Support package will help to address heightened risk for Victoria's vulnerable children during pandemic
Connection to community and culture vital for Aboriginal children and young people in broken state care system: report
Raise the age of criminal responsibility: Australian and New Zealand Children’s Commissioners and Guardians
Australia and New Zealand Children’s Commissioners and Guardians commend ‘In My Blood It Runs’ Documentary
Report on suicides of children and young people known to child protection tabled in Parliament today
New data shows ongoing action needed to protect Victoria’s children and young people from abuse in organisations, report finds
Victorian Aboriginal children’s commissioner backs call for Aboriginal commissioners at state, territory and national levels
Data released in Parliament today shows Reportable Conduct Scheme casting a wide net to report, investigate and prevent child abuse
Serious challenges remain for child protection, despite investment and systemic progress, Commission finds
Ombudsman’s report on Puffing Billy highlights vital role for Child Safe Standards in preventing child sexual abuse
New Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People
Justin Mohamed has been appointed in this critical position to advance the rights of Aboriginal children in Victoria.
Farewell to a skilled and passionate advocate for Aboriginal children and young people
Inaugural Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People Andrew Jackomos ends his term on 31 January 2018.