Centre for Children and Young People
We are the Centre for Children and Young People. Our research aims to improve policy and practice concerning the rights and wellbeing of children and young people. The status, interests, views and experiences of children and young people are therefore central to our work.
Our commitment to this philosophy can be seen within all of our activities and we welcome the opportunity to work with you in continuing this important work.
Season's Greetings from The Centre for Children and Young People. Wishing you and your loved ones a very happy and restful holiday season.
Ethical Research Involving Children Project Launched - Call for Feedback
Please tell us what you think!
It has been a month since the childethics.com website was launched and we would love to know what you think. Which are your favourite pages? Is it easy to use? What features would you like us to improve? How has it been helpful in the work you do? We love to hear any feedback you may have.
Please comment using this link .
Feeling like you belong matters. A group of young people with disability from the Northern Rivers region explore this theme, sharing their experiences, hopes and dreams in a new photography exhibition opening in Lismore on December 3.
The exhibition forms part of a larger project 'Space, Place and Relationships: belonging and connection for young people with disability in regional communities' focusing on three areas of Australia: Gladstone (Queensland), Gippsland (Victoria) and Lismore (NSW).
For more information, go here .
Updated: 13 December 2013