Up-to-date information on the Commissioner's current projects is listed below. To source information by subject area visit the Resources page.
The Commissioner was appointed by the National Office for Child Safety within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to develop resources for children and young people explaining their right to raise their concerns or make complaints within organisations.
The Commissioner explored the current approaches to supporting student wellbeing in schools, hearing from the different education sectors, WA school leaders and staff about their approaches.
The Commissioner is continuing work to support children, young people and their families during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Commissioner surveys children and young people from all regions of WA on their health, safety, family and school life and how they see their place in our society. The survey findings help inform the development of government and non-government policy and programs to ensure the needs of children are met.
The Commissioner is working to improve the understanding of children and young people with harmful sexual behaviours, and enhance responses to children and young people who may be harming themselves or others.
All children have the right to be safe, healthy, happy and learning and everyone has a responsibility to work together to deliver these rights. The Commissioner is committed to promoting the rights of all children and young people in WA.