Call for Abstracts
The committee of the Children a Resource Most Precious: Collaboration – Communities, Government non government organizations: Working Together conference 2015, is calling for professionals and practitioners to share their research and practice by submitting an abstract for presentation at the upcoming Conference.
We look forward to receipt of your abstract and to welcoming you to Perth, Western Australia on 24-26 June 2015.
- Abstract Submission Deadline: 27 February 2015
- Abstracts should not exceed 300 words
- Abstracts are to be submitted using the Paper Submission system
- Primary prevention of child abuse and neglect
- Ethical, legal, and policy issues in child abuse and neglect
- Well-being of Asylum Seekers and Refugees initiatives
- Indigenous and Torres Strait Island initiatives
- Substance abuse and the well being of children and young people
- Collaboration and interagency initiatives
- Child-centred and community focus initiatives
- Children with special needs
- Initiatives promoting the wellbeing of children and their teenage parents
- On-line child exploitation and safety
For further information download the Call for Abstracts (PDF)
24-26 June 2015 | Perth, Western Australia
The 3rd National Conference on Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect will be held in Perth, Western Australia at the Edith Cowan University on the 24-26 June 2015.
The Children's Conference Committee is pleased to present to you the opportunity to partnership with The Department for Child Protection and Family Support, the lead agency for implementing mandatory reporting. Other agencies involved, include The Department of Education and Training, Education Services, Health Departments and the Western Australia Police.
It is estimated that approximately 100,000 professional staff within the public service and private sector have become mandatory reporters of child sexual abuse.
The National platform for "The Children a Resource Most Precious: "Collaboration – Communities, Government and Non-Government Organisations Working Together conference 2015, consists of three days of engagement. It is an exciting time for all involved in this conference as we continue to grow and adapt, remaining always flexible, motivated and responsive to the theme for the conference: "Children, young people and families across Western Australian communities: focusing on collaborative prevention strategies, initiatives and programs for minimising harm".
The Conference will invite International and Australian presenters from the broader discipline of Child Abuse and bring them together in one of Australia's most beautiful cities. It is also a community that is at the forefront of victim services in Australia.
Further details on keynote speakers, the call for abstracts and registrations will be forthcoming in 2014.