Teach Your Kids to Be Better Versions of Themselves Through Self-Care
Self-care is something that should be practiced as early as possible. In fact, it is a necessary practice even in the childhood years for kids to feel better on the whole. So,if your kids aren't already into practicing this essential habit, here's how to encourage them to do so, courtesy of the Child Protection Party.
Carer Voting on Inquiry Report Recommendations
Foster and Kinship Carers want their voices heard and their feedback recorded as to their response to the Independent
Inquiry into Foster and Kinship Care Report (Inquiry Report)
Recommendations. Carers have determined that the Inquiry Report Recommendations (as they are stated now) do not meet their expectations and will not result in the needed changes that must be addressed by the Department for Child Protection (DCP). Many of the recommendations from the Inquiry Report lack concrete wording and oversight which will lead to more conflict and will not stem the growing volume of complaints from carers.
Recommendations in of the Independent Inquiry into Foster and Kinship Care
Carers and the community find the Recommendations in of the Independent Inquiry into Foster and Kinship Care (the Report) unsatisfactory
The Child Protection Party has many values. The ones we consider most important are:
Accountability - everyone should be held accountable for the decisions they make and actions they take
Authenticity - transparency, empathy and honesty are fundamental to good practice
Equality & Diversity - the Party does not discriminate against any person on any grounds.
Integrity - when creating policies we will align each policy with our values, vision and mission
To create a world where every child is treated fairly and with respect, a world where the rights of the children are consistently upheld and access to appropriate resources are easily accessible, establishing an environment that gives all children the greatest possible chance of success in their lives.
The Child Protection Party is an Australian political party whose aim is to correct the deficiencies in the legislation affecting families.
We are focused on achieving the best possible outcomes for all children and their carers.
We will achieve this by gaining elected representation, thereby enabling the Party to challenge the current systems in place.
Whilst working towards securing representation we will continue petitioning and lobbying for change by introducing new legislation aligned to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, which upholds facilitating the right for all children to speak out and be heard.
Empowering young people as they transition into adulthood. Promoting the rights of all children is at the forefront of future decision making.
In the spirit of conciliation, the Child Protection Party acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.