Strategic Framework (2022+)

The Commissioner has framed her strategic agenda from 2022 onwards applying the Outcomes Framework for Children and Young People developed by South Australia’s Child Development Council.  The framework has been established to progress the vision of South Australia as a state where the conditions exist for all children and young people to thrive. This aim is organised around a Charter for Children and Young People which sets out 20 conditions that all children and young people can, and should have. The Charter applies to five key life dimensions: health, safety, wellbeing, education and citizenship. CCYP Projects are aligned with the five key life dimensions as set out below.


Young South Australians
are physically,
mentally, and
emotionally healthy

Child Focused Health:

  • Embedding menstrual health in schools, clubs, and workplaces
  • Ensuring access to a continuum of peer supports and clinical mental health services
  • Improving sexual health and safety in schools and community


Young South Australians
are safe and

Child Focused Safety:

  • Increasing focus on children and young people in areas of crime reduction and prevention   
  • Spotlight on the climate safety needs of children and young people


Young South Australians
are happy, inspired
and engaged

Child Focused Wellbeing:

  •  Addressing impacts of poverty on child rights
  •  Increasing community wellbeing infrastructure
  •  Facilitating more opportunities for play and physical activity


Young South Australians
are successful learners

Child Focused Education:

  • Advocating for more inclusive education policies and practice
  • Supporting schools as healthy settings for learning and living  
  • Promoting equal access to work pathways and career transition supports


Young South Australians
participate actively
in society

Child Focused Citizenship:

  • Creating more child safe environments
  • Facilitating digital empowerment
  • Championing youth friendly workplaces
  • Fostering opportunities for youth led community action