After the Apology: What services need to do to keep children safe
Oct 26th, 2018 by earlyedushow
Earlier this week, the Prime Minister Scott Morrison apologised on behalf of the nation for failing and abandoning the thousands of survivors of institutional child sex abuse. The Apology came after the Royal Commission conducted a years-long investigation into Australia’s failure to keep children safe in many instances.
This week, we take a look at how the Royal Commission and the Apology affects early childhood education services, what it means to be a child-safe organisation and what the Commission’s proposed Child Safe Standards mean for children and the sector.
Please note: This episode contains discussions related to child abuse and harm.
Find the full shownotes at earlyeducationshow.com.