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In 2015 the theme for Children’s Week is “Children’s Rights are Human Rights” celebrating 25 years of the UN Rights of the Child. Children’s Week™ celebrates the right of children to enjoy childhood. It is also a time for children to demonstrate their talents, skills and abilities. You can find an event in your community on our events page! Annual funding gratefully received from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. More >
We are proud of the work undertaken by the following organisations and pleased to support their Children’s Week events. Congratulations to the following organisations: Auburn Diversity Services, Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections, Nepean Communion and Neighbourhood Services Cranebrook, Nowra Family support Services, Greencare Area Community Services and Tumbarumba Community Services. More >
NSW Children’s Week is delighted with the nominations received for the Children’s Week™ Awards that recognise outstanding achievements by children and the work of adults in supporting children in any relevant endeavour as an individual or a group. The Office of the Advocate for Children and Young People are co-hosting the award ceremony event with the Council and the awards have been presented by the Governor of NSW at the official NSW Children’s Week Launch at Government House on Wednesday 21 October 2015. More>
Andrew Johnson, NSW’s first Advocate for Children and Young People, has agreed to be the NSW Children’s Week official Ambassador for 2015. We are very proud of his involvement in NSW Children’s Week and his dedication to children’s rights. More >
His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d) Governor of New South Wales is the patron of NSW Children’s Week. We are very proud of his involvement in NSW Children’s Week and his dedication to children’s rights.
Megan Mitchell, the National Children’s Commissioner at Australian Human Rights Commission was appointed as the National Ambassador for Children’s Week last year. You can read her message of support for Children’s Week 2015 here.