Who we are

The On Us: Australian Business Coalition for Safeguarding Children is a trailblazing initiative to secure business community commitment to safeguarding children and young people.

We believe it’s on us as businesses to educate ourselves, raise awareness of our own risks and take action to safeguard children from harm.

In association with Australian Childhood Foundation, we have the knowledge, expertise and tools to help businesses implement best practice solutions to effectively safeguard children and young people.

As a cross-sector coalition, we can facilitate learnings across industries, collectively solve problems and collaboratively manage risks to keep children safe. We help businesses strengthen their safeguarding culture.

Take action

It's on you to take the first step

Don’t become a statistic. Join the On Us coalition.

Standing up for our children.

By joining On Us, you’ll become part of a coalition of like-minded companies committed to education on the scale and nature of risks and focused on improving child safeguarding practices. Learn to look for danger signs. Share your learnings. Make a difference.

And of course, as well as safeguarding children, you’re also safeguarding the goodwill and reputation of your own business.

Our vision

It’s on us to keep our children and young people feeling safe, wherever they are.

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acknowledgement of country and abuse victims
The On Us: Australian Business Coalition for Safeguarding Children acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters across Australia in which we share. We honour and pay our respects to Elders past and present and acknowledge the many thousands of years in which First Nations’ peoples have raised their children to be safe and strong. We also acknowledge the spirit and courage of victims and survivors of childhood abuse, exploitation and violence. Their efforts over many years have inspired our commitment to make changes at every level to better protect the children of today.