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ACT Children’s Week
Children’s Week celebrates the right of children to enjoy childhood in Australia during the fourth week in October every year. info@actchildrensweek.org.au
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myiskole Aug 12
“We need to better prepare students to deal with the mental, physical & emotional impacts of the , racial injustices and other challenges our ever-evolving world will face.”
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ACT Children’s Week Aug 12
Have you seen our new website?
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Constable Kenny Jul 14
I hope the kids are having lots of fun these school holidays! My mate Kev the kangaroo and I want to share some koality tips about how the kids can on the road.
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ACT Children’s Week Jul 13
The ’s new book “From My Window: Children at Home During ” takes a look at children’s lives throughout the pandemic as they look through a window, and wish the best for their loved ones.
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ACT Children’s Week Jun 4
Physical environment and nature that children can see, hear, taste, smell, touch, and navigate influences a child’s development. We need to leave the earth in the same if not better condition for our children and future generations to come.
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ACT Children’s Week May 15
Replying to @CPOACT @ACTPolicing
Thank you for your service Ray
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ACT Children’s Week May 15
Family is the single most important influence in a child's life. Happy international day of families!
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UNICEF May 12
Without urgent action, the crisis risks rapidly becoming a child rights crisis. These are the six steps the world must take now to reimagine a better world . 👇
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ACT Children’s Week May 12
“The best way to make children good is to make them happy.” — Oscar Wilde
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