The rights of WA children and young people have been outlined in a new Statement of Commitment from the Commissioner for Children and Young People.
Aboriginal leaders from across Western Australia speak about overcoming challenges and the keys to their success in a new publication produced by the Commissioner for Children and Young People.
The Commissioner has developed a range of resources for children and young people, parents and organisations that aim to support the safety of under 18 year-olds.
The series is bringing together national and distinguished WA leaders to explore new approaches to address the challenges facing vulnerable WA children and young people and inform effective responses.
Browse reports, policy briefs, issues papers, submissions, media releases, speeches and other resources produced by the Commissioner.
The Commissioner works closely with children and young people, their families, community and government to make WA a better place for 0 to 18 year-olds.
Information and links for community members who are concerned about the safety and welfare of a child or young person.
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