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The Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Network recognises the need for increased participation by children in decision making forums and creating child friendly environments

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The Work of the Network

The Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Network meetings are held quarterly and offer local government and community professionals the opportunity to hear from a range of speakers and share in the first-hand experience of organisations which have already endorsed the Charter.

The Network is supported by the Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Advisory Group, which also meets quarterly to plan Network events and activity.

Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Network meetings:

2017 Agenda

 2017

June

March 2017

 

2016:

June 17

September 2

November 11

2017:

March 24

June 2

September 8

November 24

Access Child Friendly Cities and Communities presentations, case studies and speaker notes through the Resource Library.

For more information about the CFCC Network, to join or discuss how you and your council can support the Charter, contact the VLGA on (03) 9349 7999.


Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Advisory Group 

Members of the Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Advisory Group:

  • Samantha Neville (convener), City of Port Phillip
  • Cath Black, Maribyrnong City Council
  • Carmen Cappello, City of Whittlesea
  • Sue Hobbs, Macedon Ranges Shire Council
  • Wendy Jones, City of Ballarat
  • Virginia Lloyd, City of Casey
  • Anne McGregor, Moreland City Council
  • Sherryn Prinzi, Banyule City Council
  • Caroline Meier, City of Greater Dandenong
  • David Wright, KU Children’s Service
  • Kate Beveridge, Cardinia Shire Council
  • Karina Viksne, Moonee Valley City Council
    Madeline Paramor, VLGA

Download a copy of the Child Friendly Cities and Communities Advisory Group Terms of Reference

The VLGA is committed to connecting communities and strengthening democracy

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