Australian Council on Children and the Media
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Australian Council on Children and the Media

Promoting healthy choices and stronger voices in children’s media

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Toca Nature - Toca Boca AB

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13 January 2015

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New eBook from ACCM April 30, 2015

ACCM's new eBook Quality Play and Media in Childhood Education and Care is now available.What impact is using digital technology having on how children are developing? Is it harming them or is it helping them? What role do parents and caregivers have in all this? These are some read more »

Australian launch of Geckolife - a safe social media site April 9, 2015

Social media site GeckoLife, which is promoted as being designed with children’s safety in mind, has been launched in Australia. Rajeev Gupta, the Australian-based co-CEO of GeckoLife, says the website is free to all users, and gives parents of pre-teens the ability to oversee all connections, engagements and read more »

ACCM Submission to FreeTV Australia Review of the Commercial Television Code of Practice April 2, 2015

The ACCM Submission to FreeTV Australia Review of the Commercial Television Code of Practice was lodged today. Read the submission The closing date for submissions is 3 April. Read more about how you can take action on these "child unfriendly" proposals to change the Code of Practice. read more »

Adelaide protests about film showing March 24, 2015

The film Fifty Shades of Grey is to be screened at Glenelg’s Openair Cinema on Thursday 26 March, and the Australian Christian Lobby and other concerned groups fear that children will be exposed to the MA15+ rated film which features sexual violence. Glenelg Openair movies do not start until sundown read more »

'Guidelines for Good Gaming' seminar a great success March 23, 2015

This seminar for parents took place on Thursday 19 March at Mercedes College in Adelaide, South Australia and was attended by a wide range of interested people including parents, teachers and some senior students. The MC was the very entertaining Amanda Blair. The two speakers were Prof Leon Straker- Professor read more »