a) To seek a single Federal Child Protection Law which embodies a clear definition of child abuse and neglect and to be administered by the States and Territories under FederalSupervision and Inspection.
b) To seek reforms of the Family Law Acts so that such laws are founded on the principles of Caring and Responsible Parenting’ which will ensure that such laws are child-centred and focussed on the Needs, Wishes, and Rights of Children and Young People.
c) To seek the introduction of a Tribunal of Inquiry system as part of the Family Law procedures, and comprised of child development and child protection specialists, to determine the most appropriate living arrangements for children, where parents are in dispute. Decisions of such a Tribunal to be based on the principles of `Caring and Responsible Parenting’.
d) To seek improvements in the system of investigation of allegations of child abuse, including the weight given in law to children’s disclosures and complaints of abuse and to ensure that the process of children giving testimonial evidence is child-sensitive.