On Friday 28 October 2016, the Royal Commission will host a research symposium on children and young people’s views of safety in institutions at University Hall, University of Technology Sydney, from 9:00am.
Listen and give us a say: Children and young people’s views about safety in institutions
On Friday 28 October 2016, the Royal Commission will host a research symposium on children and young people’s views of safety in institutions.
This symposium will share findings from research commissioned and published by the Royal Commission.
Researchers spoke with children and young people, including those with a disability, about the safety issues they face in institutional contexts and how these can be addressed.
Commissioner Helen Milroy will introduce the research and outline how it will contribute to the Royal Commission’s work.
The research authors will present their research findings, followed by a panel discussion with children and young people.
- Professor Morag McArthur and Dr Tim Moore
Institute of Child Protection Studies, Australian Catholic University
- Dr Sally Robinson
Centre for Children and Young People, Southern Cross University
- Panel of children and young people
9.00am – 12.30pm Friday 28 October 2016
Registration from 8.30am
University Hall, University of Technology Sydney
15 Broadway, Ultimo NSW 2007
If you wish to attend, please email email@example.com
Three research reports related to this Symposium are available:
Taking Us Seriously
** Have a say on safety, your report – Kids Summary
Our safety counts
** Our safety counts
Feeling Safe, Being Safe
**Feeling Safe, Being Safe
Download these research reports here.
The Royal Commission’s final report will be handed to government in December 2017.