2021 Child Rights Progress Reports

South Australia’s progress on recommendations made by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. Download the suite of reports here


SA young people repeatedly calling for urgent action on climate change

“At this rate, our job in the future will be to live with the impact that past generations have left on our Earth. The government needs to address climate change and realise it isn’t science fiction – it’s real life and if we don’t do anything about it soon, it will be too late. 

Read what else they told the Commissioner here:

No Exceptions

Creating safer schools for LGBTQIA+ students.
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Spotlight on the True Cost of Going to School

A report on the hidden costs of schooling for SA children and their families
Download it here.


Health Hub - Ideas for creating more child and youth friendly health services

Health Hub contains information sourced directly from children and young people on ways they suggest health services in SA could better meet their needs. 
Download a free copy here


Respecting the Online Rights of Children and Young People

In our data-driven world it is our responsibility to make the internet safe for young people by implementing practices and policies that ensure their ‘data’ is being treated with the utmost care and respect. 


Zoom Out has landed!

Zoom Out is the Commissioner’s brand new world first systems thinking challenge for all children and young people in SA!


What is yChange?

yChange is the Commissioner’s new action civics resource designed specifically to support educators teaching civics and citizenship in SA…
Check it our here!


The Things That Matter to Children

Across government, business, and community, the views, perspectives and experiences of primary-aged children need to be included. Find out what matters most to SA Children in this suite of Snapshot Reports available for download here


Supporting Student Voice, Agency and Wellbeing in Schools

Students want a school that knows how to balance their wellbeing with their academic achievement – places where they are known, valued, have a voice and can see the value in what they’re learning. 


UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Every right, for every child! On 20 November 1989 the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child. More than 195 countries have ratified this document since, making it the most important human rights treaty in history! Do you know what rights it contains?  Click here to find out 

Children & Young People




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