April Long interviewed on ABC News about ‘Strong Pathways Together’
SHINE for Kids Acting CEO April Long was interviewed on ABC News about how our ‘Strong Pathways Together’ program with Confit will work to set young people in juvenile justice on a better path and show them through strong role models that “you can break the cycle … as a community we walk along beside you and we will support you.”
April also spoke about the Change the Record #RaiseTheAge campaign and how Australia needs to do better for the 499 children aged between 10 and 14 who were in prison last year.
Thank you again Impact100 Sydney for your support allowing us with CONFIT to help 80 young people and make the voice of all young people who have had contact with the justice system heard.
Media Release – 12 January 2023 Child advocacy and support group, SHINE for Kids, has called on the NSW Government to prioritise progressing the recommendations made by Parliamentary Committee inquiring into children […]