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QCPW planning update and Award nominations closing soon

Queensland Child Protection Week (QCPW) planning is full steam ahead. Award nominations closing Friday, 29th May. New categories this year include Thriving Communities Initiative for community initiatives focused on enhancing child protection, Transition 2 Success Initiative for outstanding young person or outstanding contribution made by local community groups or local business to get the best outcomes for young people 15 and over who are involved in the youth justice system or at risk of entering it, and the Child Safe Organisation Award for outstanding implementation of the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations to protect children from harm, and/or creating an organisational culture that fosters child safety and wellbeing. This year represents a special opportunity to celebrate the challenges and opportunities of work achieved in the child protection sector, and nominations for new categories is strongly encouraged. Find out more and apply.

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