Reflections Exhibition

The personal insights of 14 young South Australians who kept journals detailing the impact of coronavirus from May-July 2020 are now viewable in a new street art exhibition around Adelaide CBD.

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


Sex Education in South Australia

What young people need to know for sexual health and safety
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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!


yChange launched!

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


What SA Kids Have Told Us About...

The views and opinions of South Australian young people on civics, learning, play, inclusiveness, health, and the environment.   Download them here


CCYP Child Rights Progress Reports for SA

South Australia’s progress on recommendations made by the UN Committee in relation to child rights
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a new space for young South Australians to visit, hang out, keep up to date, have a say, and connect 


Where do teenagers play?

Much of the research around the importance of play has focused on play for young children. Rarely has the importance of play for teenagers been examined.


What are the job aspirations of 8 - 12 year olds?

SA kids aged 8 – 12 years were asked what jobs they would like to do when they grow up. Here is what they said…


End Period Poverty, Period.

Sign the Commissioner’s petition to end period poverty so that all young people who need to, can access feminine hygiene products when they need them, without fear of shame or stigma.

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 

Front & Centre

Doing it Tough

Digital Citizens