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nip it – interrupting the link between excessive online gaming and gambling harm

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Kids Thrive's latest partnership with Victorian school children empowers them to take positive action on an alarming new issue that directly impacts them.

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COVID-19 – Kids must be empowered participants in response to coronavirus

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COVID-19 Kids must be empowered participants in response to coronavirus

It is a time of great uncertainty, fear and anxiety for many children, as the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to worsen.

Each child must be given every opportunity to voice their concerns, questions and comments during this time and be part of the public conversation. The agency of children is the foundation of Kids Thrive’s work and drives the organisation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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What Australia can learn from Scottish children

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Kids Thrive has worked for 10 years to empower children to lead creative change in their communities and play an active role in the democratic process.

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GivingTuesday – THANK YOU to those who joined the global movement

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On 3 December 2019, millions of people across the globe mobilised to show up, give back, and change their communities. We want to say a very big thank you to those who contributed to Kids Thrive!

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Kids lead community change in Wyndham

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Wyndham residents got a taste of the power of child-led change this week, when Grade 6 students stepped up to take part in Kids Thrive’s award-winning Kids’ Community Action Bootcamp.

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It takes a village to raise a child – but through the child we can raise a village

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Kids Thrive founder and CEO Dr Andrea Lemon talks about why child-led change is important.

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Kids’ Community Action Bootcamp

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Wyndham students are gearing up for the ultimate Bootcamp; an intensive program that will empower them to become community change-makers for life.

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The awesome power of child-led change

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More than $8,000 granted to Geelong students for community change projects

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200 students have asked Geelong leaders to fund 33 community change projects – and they got what they asked for.

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