The Commissioner's office is turning 10 and has invited Year 4 students from all over WA to tell him what it is like being 10 years old and living in WA.
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.
Professor Jane Burns explored how technology and social media can be used to improve mental health services for children and young people and strengthen their online resilience. The 2016-17 report is now available.
The Commissioner is consulting children and young people on what helps and prevents them from staying in school and enjoying their learning experience.
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.
Read more about the Commissioner's recent activities and events
Powerful evidence by an Aboriginal young woman at Kimberley suicide inquest points the way to a better future: https://t.co/EvRLrOAjUp
Students from my Nth Metro advisory committee are on @abcperth tomorrow discussing the posting of children's photos on social media
Bookings open for free #childsafe seminar - 5 Sept in Perth.
Please RT to any WA orgs working with CYP. To book: https://t.co/DKkIV72suJ