The Hon Dr Anne Aly MP
- Minister for Early Childhood Education
- Minister for Youth
The Hon Dr Anne Aly MP was sworn in as Minister for Early Childhood Education and Minister for Youth on 1 June 2022.
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Ensuring First Nations children are school ready
Innovative pilot delivered in consultation and partnership with First Nations early childhood education experts and communities
Interview - Greg Jennett, ABC Afternoon Briefing
SUBJECTS: Early Years Summit; universal childcare and early education.
Press Conference - MOCCA Childcare Centre, Canberra
SUBJECTS: Cheaper Child Care; Productivity Commission Inquiry; Housing affordability; May Budget; Australian shipment of coal to China; US shooting down of balloon; Voice to Parliament referendum;…
Productivity Commission inquiry to consider universal early education system
The Australian Government is taking the next step in considering how to build an affordable, accessible, high quality, universal early education system.
Opportunity for Australians to help shape the Early Years Strategy
The Albanese Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to develop an Early Years Strategy with public consultation now underway ahead of the major Early Years Summit to be held later this…
Expansion of Connected Beginnings program to give thousands of First Nations children a better school start
The Australian Government is expanding the Connected Beginnings program to nine new communities, which will help 3,500 First Nations children be better prepared for school.
Worthy recognition for Young Australian of the Year Awer Mabil
Congratulations to Awer Mabil and all the finalists, who are empowering young Australians in our communities
Government supports future young leaders with a new program delivered by Children and Young People with Disability
Government funding for new disability youth leadership program.
Call for young Australians to join new Youth Advisory Groups and have a say on issues important to them
Applications are open for Australians aged 16 to 24 to join one of five new Youth Advisory Groups to advise on Australian Government policies and programs across key issues facing young people.
Support for families and early childhood education and care services in WA and NT
Australian Government declares Child Care Subsidy period of emergency for WA and NT families and services
Delivering a bright future for children in Western Australia
The Albanese and McGowan Labor Governments are ensuring no child in Western Australia is left behind, working together to boost access to early childhood education.
Press Conference - Civic Early Childhood Centre, Canberra
SUBJECTS: Affordable early childhood education and care