Papua New Guinea Union Mission will partner with Adsafe to provide a safe environment for children and vulnerable adults.
An anatomy of sexual assault and the Church’s response.
Almost 140 Adsafe compliance assistants from local churches across Australia and New Zealand took part in an online forum conducted by Adsafe staff on November 21.
The first session served as awareness training for the TPUM staff, introducing them to the types of operations and services offered by Adsafe.
Adsafe and Adventist Schools Australia have partnered to launch an important child safety project.
Opting into the NRS provides the Church with another avenue to support survivors as they seek justice and healing.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church has responded to recent adjustments to the child protection framework in some Australian states.
Adsafe has been working closely with the National Redress Scheme Taskforce towards the Church and all its relevant entities joining the scheme.
“Know When to Say No” is the theme for AdSafe’s campaign for National Child Protection Week 2019.
“[The Church is] a very redemptive community who lacks compassion.” Pastor Glenn Townend reflects on this confronting thought.