September 28, 2021
On Dress Purple Day, Children’s Aid Societies collaborate with key partners to speak up for every child and youth’s right to safety and well-being in all spaces. Not just physical safety and well-being—children and youth have the right to have their intersectional identity, which includes culture, race, sexual orientation, and gender identity, protected and supported in all spaces.
On October 27th, we raise awareness that Children’s Aid Societies are community organizations working together with many other social service providers as part of the circle of care that supports the well-being of children, youth, and families.
Click on the video link below to learn more about Understanding Child Welfare in Ontario.