Australian Council on Children and the Media
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The Australian Council on Children and the Media provides evidence-based reviews, information and advocacy to support healthy media choices for children. ACCM is national, not-for-profit  and reliant on community support. You can help

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The 'TV Make It Australian' campaign launches today September 18, 2017

This is an Australia-wide campaign - the launch times and places are: Melbourne, 3pm, ACMI Cinema Perth, 3pm, East Perth/Fielder Street Creative Hub Adelaide, 5pm, Mercury Cinema Hobart, 5.30pm Fullers Bookshop Sydney, 6pm, AFTRS Brisbane, TBC You can register to attend here. This campaign is important as the government is running the Australian and Children's Screen Content read more »

Australian Reading Hour - stop what you’re doing for one hour and pick up a book September 12, 2017

On Thursday September 14, stop what you’re doing for one hour, pick up a book and read by yourself or with a child. Rediscover or introduce yourself to the joys of reading. More details from the reading hour website or Facebook read more »

Troubling trailers for cinemas?? September 5, 2017

Do you want M movies promoted to your children at a PG movie? Moves are afoot to allow that to happen. See our taking action page on this topic for more information And let us know what you think here   read more »

Professor Sonia Livingstone to visit Sydney August 29, 2017

International expert on children's and young people's digital practice, Professor Sonia Livingstone from the London School of Economics, will be visiting Sydney from 6-8 September. Events planned include: Public lecture: Children's rights in the digital age.Thursday 7 September 4pm-5.30pm, Parramatta City. Research symposium: Thinking the read more »

Children's Book Week 19-26 August 2017 August 21, 2017

Each year at this time across Australia, the Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) brings children and books together to celebrate CBCA Children’s Book Week. During this time schools, libraries, booksellers, authors, illustrators and children celebrate Australian children's literature. This year's theme is Escape to everywhere. More information, including the read more »