Take action

The On Us coalition is asking Australian business leaders to recognise the important role they can play in prioritising the safeguarding of children by joining with other Australian businesses in the On Us coalition.

Take action

How child safe is your business?

Take our 2 minute quiz to understand if your business is at risk of enabling harm to children and young people.

As a member of the On Us: Australian Business Coalition for Safeguarding Children.

We have joined forces with others in order to build our internal capacity, to keep children safe and harness the influence of business to tackle abuse and exploitation of children and young people.

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Is your company ready to take action?

On Us Coalition Expression of Interest

Through this form you can express your interest to join information sessions and interviews about the On Us Coalition. After this form has been submitted you will be contacted by a Coalition member to be invited to an information session and learn more about the Coalition, its actions and how you could be involved. 

What are your top motivations for joining the Coalition?(Required)

What is the top outcome you want to achieve from joining the Coalition?(Required)
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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.