The Right to Be Me
Discover more about the Children’s Rights Queensland children’s picture book The Right to Be Me. Click below!
Children’s Rights Queensland was founded in 1971 and has a rich history of promoting the rights of children and supporting communities. We deliver a range of initiatives that raise awareness of the needs, rights and achievements of children.
Children’s Rights Queensland is proudly supported by the Queensland Family and Child Commission.
Children's Week Celebrations
Each year events are held across Queensland to celebrate National Children’s Week. Grants are available for groups and organisations.
Young Leaders Challenge
A Leadership Program designed for high school students across Queensland.
Looking to give back to your community? Apply to become a Children’s Rights Queensland Ambassador.
Children's Rights Resources
View our range of Children’s Rights Resources for educators, parents and children.
Children's Week 2023
21 October – 29 October 2022
The Children’s Week National Theme for 2023 is based on UNCRC Article 31: Children have the right to relax, play and to join in a wide range of leisure activities.
It's Children's Week 2022
Discover more about Children’s Week 2022! Click here to find an event near you or register your celebration/project.
The first and most important step in this mission is to ensure that children grow up in a safe environment free from abuse and neglect