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New video series to support young peoples’ right to sexual safety

Talking about sexual safety can be sensitive, awkward and sometimes a little bit embarrassing – but these discussions are so important! Life Without Barriers has just released a new tool which can help support these important conversations with young people. This week, we wanted to share a bit about the series and where you can find it.

Out and about with the Guardian this week

The Guardian, Shona Reid, and her team have been very busy over the last week, connecting to community and participating in some big events across the nation and especially here in Adelaide. Our offices participation is really important in ensuring the voices of children and young people we advocate for are front and centre in the wider community.

Human Rights Act and its role in protecting children and young people

A few weeks back we provided information about the Parliament of SA’s Social Development Committee’s Inquiry into the potential introduction of a Human Rights Act here in South Australia. This blog includes the Guardian’s submission and highlights her strong support for a Human Rights Act in South Australia.

Regional visits start for 2024

Earlier this month, the Guardian kicked off the first of her regional visits for 2024 with a trip to Port Augusta.
Alongside Senior Advocate, Hamish, Shona went along to children and young people’s DCP Annual Reviews, visited residential care houses and caught up with local NGO workers.

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