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Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Practicing good hygiene, like washing your hands and covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze, can help stop coronavirus from spreading. Find out more.

Stop Cyberbullying 2020 Grants now open

Got an idea to stop cyberbullying? The Stop Cyberbullying grants program provides an opportunity to put your ideas into action. If you are aged 10 to 25 or a community organisation, apply now. Applications close midnight 10 May 2020.

Stop Cyberbullying creative competition

Got a creative idea to help stop cyberbullying? If you are aged 10 to 16 you can enter the Stop Cyberbullying competition with a video, song, poem, photo or artwork – whichever medium you choose! You can win a share in up to $5,000 worth of prizes for sharing your creative ideas! Applications close midnight 10 May 2020.

Domestic and Family Violence Prevention in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities grants

Grants of up to $5,000 are available for organisations to run community events, projects or activities from June to September 2020 to raise awareness of, and help prevent, domestic and family violence in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Applications close at midday on Friday 10 April. 

Queensland Youth Week 2020 (1-9 April)

We’re celebrating QYW20 across Queensland over 9 jam-packed days in April. Check the website to find out what’s happening near you.

Child Protection Act consultation report

Find out what Queenslanders had to say about proposed changes to the Child Protection Act 1999.

Queensland Youth Engagement Charter

The Charter reflects the Queensland Government’s commitment to engage with young people in a genuine and meaningful way.

Stop cyberbullying

Visit our new portal to discover resources to help children, young people, parents, carers and communities collaborate to combat cyberbullying.

Supporting families, changing futures

Supporting Families Changing Futures 2019-2023

View the Supporting Families Changing Futures 2019-2023 5-year whole-of-government strategy for the final stage of the 10-year child and family reform program.

Learn about the National Redress Scheme

People who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse can apply to the National Redress Scheme.

Finding support for DFV is now easier

Queenslanders experiencing or impacted by domestic and family violence can visit the Queensland Government domestic violence online portal as a single point of access for information, services and support.

Storytelling artwork: culture, families and communities

Learn more about our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander storytelling artwork featured on many of our resources and publications.

Connecting with foster and kinship carers

If you are a foster or kinship carer, browse through our new online information to find all you need to know to help you care for, and provide a safe and healthy environment for, a child or young person who is placed with you.

Changing Queensland’s child protection laws

Legislation changes allow Child Safety to provide information to people who are, or have been in out-of-home care, parents and guardians, the police and interstate child welfare authorities.

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