Listen to children : 2011 child rights NGO report, Australia /Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. Child Rights Taskforce Steering Committee 2011Description: i, 35,  pISBN: Subject(s): Childrens Rights | Discrimination | Child Abuse Prevention | Children Family Relationships | Disabled Children Services For | Mental Health Services | Cost And Standard Of Living | Children Legal Status, Laws, Etc | Aboriginal Australians Children | Disadvantaged Groups | Social Exclusion | Child Neglect | Human Rights | Community Consultation | United Nations Childrens Fund (unicef) | Family And Early YearsDDC classification: 323.352 LIS Online Resources: Electronic copy
May 2011 Includes appendices and bibliographical references SCHOOL TO WORK
This report to the Committee has been project managed by the National Children's and Youth Law Centre (NCYLC) and prepared by the Child Rights Taskforce, a coalition of organisations committed to the protection and promotion of child rights in Australia. The co-convenors of the Taskforce are NCYLC and UNICEF Australia. This report was developed following consultations with over 750 children and young people and over 100 organisations and subject matter experts, as well as liaison with the Australian Federal Government and the Australian Human Rights Commission. A Child Rights Strategic Workshop was held in Melbourne in November 2010, attended by 40 of Australia's notable child rights practitioners. That workshop assisted the authors in establishing the strategic themes and framework of this report, and allowed for cross-disciplinary collaboration in the development of the report's contents.
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