Organisation

Australian Child Rights Taskforce

Description

The Australian Child Rights Taskforce is the peak body for child rights in Australia. Our membership is made up of advocates, service providers, individuals and experts, speaking with a united voice to promote and realise the rights of Australian children.

The Child Rights Taskforce is guided by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and core to our role is ensuing the Australian government is held to account on its commitment to the CRC.

The Chid Rights Taskforce is made up of more than 100 organisations advocating for the promotion and fulfilment of the rights of Australia’s children.

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Report

Australia’s NGO coalition report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child
1 Nov 2018
223

In this integrated report, the views of children and young people across Australia sit in close association with the contributions of 93 non-government organisations (NGOs) and subject matter experts committed to improving the protection, promotion and fulfilment of the rights of all children and young...

Report

10 Jun 2016
244

This report has been prepared by the Australian Child Rights Taskforce (the Taskforce), Australia’s peak child rights network, made up of more than 100 organisations advocating for the protection, promotion and fulfilment of the rights of children in Australia. The Taskforce is co-convened by UNICEF...

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