NAPCAN Child Protection Week panel 2022

National Child Protection Week 2022 panel sheading light on how organisations can work with children’s communities to keep them safe.

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NAPCAN Child Protection Week 2022

Deputy Children’s Guardian, Richard Weston, will host a panel discussion around what organisations can do to keep children connected and supported in their family, community and culture.
Panellists will answer questions and share their experiences of how empowerment and community are instrumental in keeping children and young people safe.

Guest speakers:

  • Richard Weston
    • Deputy Children's Guardian - Office of the Children's Guardian


  • Chris Barker
    • Deputy Principal – Redfern Jarjum College


  • Michelle Parrish
    • Program Manager, Wesley Aunties & Uncles and Wesley Youth Mentoring – Wesley Mission


Find out more about National Child Protection Week on the NAPCAN website.

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