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TypeRights Font Competition

Help create numbers for our TypeRights Font! Click on the link below to learn more about the competition.

About Us

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

Celebrate Children's Week 2024

19 October – 27 October 2024

The Children’s Week National Theme for 2024 is based on UNCRC Article 24: Children have the right to a clean and safe environment.

Register your celebration or event!

Register your Children’s Week celebration or project before 16 October 2024 to go in the draw to win one of three $200 gift cards.

Apply for a Children's Week Grant!

Apply for a Children’s Week grant to support with the delivery of a project or celebration! Grants are valued at $150, $250, and $500!

Nominate someone for a Children's Week Award!

The Children’s Week Awards Program aims to celebrate and honour outstanding child rights contributions, initiatives, and advocacy.

Children's Week 2024

Discover more about Children’s Week 2024!

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.

Ambassador Program

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.

Our Children's Picture Books

The Right to Be Me

The Right to Be Me is a children’s book targeted at children aged 5 to 10 years and follows the story of Lowanna and Jack, who reconnect with their friends and learn about their rights. This book features the TypeRights font which was inspired by Queensland children.

From only $12

I Am Me

Viewed over 20,000 times on YouTube, our ‘I Am Me’ song co-created with Aunty Sharron mirii Bell, and Queensland children has been a huge success.  We’re excited to be launching a Children’s Singalong Book to accompany the song in September.

From only $12

Children's Week 2024

19 October – 27 October 2024

The Children’s Week National Theme for 2024 is based on UNCRC Article 24: Children have the right to a clean and safe environment.

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The Right to Be Me

Discover more about the Children’s Rights Queensland children’s picture book The Right to Be Me. Click below!