Stronger Futures Classification Education Project implementation plan and fact sheet on prohibited material restrictions

The implementation plan for the Stronger Futures Classification Education Project and the fact sheet on the prohibited material restrictions were finalised in 2013.

The Stronger Futures Classification Education Project is part of the Australian Government’s 10-year commitment to work with Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory to build strong, independent lives, where communities, families and children are safe and healthy.

Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory is a $3.4 billion investment and responds directly to what Aboriginal people told the Government was important to them. Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory have told us that one of the areas they would like more help with is protecting children from exposure to explicit or violent material. 

The Stronger Futures Classification Education Project complements the prohibited material restrictions that have been continued under Stronger Futures legislation until 2022 in remote Northern Territory communities. 

The Australian Government has contracted the National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Limited (NAPCAN) to implement the Stronger Futures Classification Education Project.  Employment of 100 per cent Aboriginal staff in the direct delivery of the project to Aboriginal people is a key target of this project.

If you have any comments or questions about the prohibited material restrictions or the Stronger Futures Classification Education Project please send your comments or questions by email to SFNTclassificationeducation@dss.gov.au.

Content Updated: 10 January 2014