The Australian Council on Children and the Media (ACCM), incorporating Young Media Australia, is a unique national community organisation whose members share a strong commitment to the promotion of the healthy development of Australian children. Their particular interest and expertise is in the role that media experiences play in that development.
The Australian Council on Children and the Media promotes healthy choices and stronger voices in children’s media and is a comprehensive source of information about children and the media.
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Please take part in a Curtin University survey of children's use of electronic devices. The use of electronic devices like (TV, computers, tablets and smart phones) by children has changed markedly in the last 50 years. Parents, early childhood educators and popular media are asking for information on how the use read more »
ACCM patron, Baroness Susan Greenfield - neuroscientist, writer and broadcaster - is a guest on Q and A on Monday 10 November. Susan Greenfield has written a new book , Mind Change: How Digital Technologies Are Leaving Their Mark on Our Brains. In this book she read more »
Children's Week is an annual celebration which includes Universal Children's Day which will be celebrated on Wednesday 22 October. The theme for 2014 is Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child - You have the right to speak and be heard . More information read more »
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Melbourne is running a drop-in green screen workshop in the school holidays. It will give kids a chance to play a part in an exciting expedition as it unfolds across a series of exotic locations inspired by the Madagascar movies. They read more »
Barbara Biggins, Hon CEO of ACCM gave two papers at the World Summit on Media for Children and its preconference workshops in Kuala Lumpur, Sep 8-10. The topics were Sex, violence and rock and roll: Using old and new media safely and Want a cookie little girl? read more »