|We need parents to be at the centre of policy for families and children.|
Currently the powerful organized voices – and therefore the special interests – of business, academics, researchers, social service unions and professionals dominate policy formation.
They even use your tax dollars to lobby for policies that discriminate against parents.
This means that parents and our children are sidelined.
Let’s correct the POWER IMBALANCE.
This 16-point policy document is meant for you to use in advancing that goal. Please feel free to provide feedback and suggestions.
There are 3 basic proposals: Respect Rights Support Optimal Child Development and Care Finance Universal and Equitable Child Care Download the document: