Child Safety Standards

At Tomorrow Woman/Tomorrow Man, we acknowledge and uphold our responsibility to keep young people safe from abuse, neglect, and harm, and we have zero tolerance for any form of child abuse.

As an organisation that champions diversity and inclusion, we do not tolerate or endorse any discriminatory practices. We recognise that some young people are more vulnerable to abuse and neglect than others due to their cultural background, disabilities, sexual orientation, or being in out-of-home care and youth justice systems. Therefore, we pay particular attention to ensuring their safety and well-being.

At Tomorrow Woman/Tomorrow Man, we believe that every young person deserves to be safe and protected. We are committed to fostering an environment that promotes child safety and empowerment. We will continue to work tirelessly to prevent and respond to any child safety concerns and to provide support to children who have experienced harm to the best of our ability.

We are committed to building a culture of trust, respect, and accountability, where all individuals associated with our organisation take responsibility for ensuring the safety and well-being of the young people we work with. Further information can be found in our Child Safety Policy.

If you need to contact us regarding the safety and wellbeing of a participant of our programs or if you have a serious complaint or concern please submit an inquiry below and we will be in touch.