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Register NOW to attend the National Child Protection Conference – Registrations close on 6th June or when all available places are filled

Registrations for the National Child Protection Conference being co-hosted by PeakCare, the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP) and the Child and Family Welfare Association of Australia (CAFWAA) close on the 6th June. This important conference forms part of Queensland’s BIG WEEK that will consist of not one, not two, butthree big events:

  • National Child Protection Conference (24th and 25th June)
  • Advocacy Masterclass led by Professor Cindy Blackstock (26th June),and
  • QATSICPP Members’ Conference (27th and 28th June).

DO NOT MISS OUT – Click HERE to register!

Make a BIG WEEK of it and stay for the Professor Cindy Blackstock Masterclass on 26th June and the QATSICPP Members’ Conference on the 27th and 28th June. To register for these events click here.
The National Child Protection Conference Program

You can view the draft Conference Program by clicking here. Keep an eye out for regular updates being made to the program.
Winners of three free Conference tickets

PeakCare is pleased to announce the winners of three free Conference tickets – Naomi Talamaivao from Life Without Barriers, Michael Waters from Anglicare Southern Queensland and Ruth Hatton, also from Anglicare. Congratulations! PeakCare will be in touch with you about how to claim your prize.
Still time to join the growing list of Conference Sponsors!

Encourage your organisation to join the ever-growing list of organisations that have stepped up to becomes sponsors of this exciting event – Anglicare Southern Queensland, ACTCOSS’ Gulamga Program,The Benevolent Society, Child Wise, Churches of Christ in Queensland, Compass Seminars,Commsync, Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, Foundations Care, House with No Steps, Infinity Community Solutions, Integrated Family and Youth Service (IFYS), Life Without Barriers, Mission Australia,Nature Play Qld, Parentline, Queensland Foster and Kinship Care, True Relationships and Reproductive Health, UnitingCare Community, and YCSS Child, Youth and Family Intervention Service.

Visit the website for the details about how your organisation can become a sponsor. Please note that due to the unique sponsorship model that we are using, you do not need to be a large organisation to become a sponsor. Both small and large organisations and those that are somewhere in between all receive the same benefits of becoming a sponsor.

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