Last week saw a milestone for the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE), hosting a trial of the first collaboration with non-government organisations in the shared workspace at the facility in Brisbane.
The ACCCE facility in Brisbane is a world-class centre, with a key feature to host external agencies in spaces for both collaboration and general work, which will become business as usual for civil society and non-government stakeholders to attend.
Representatives from the Daniel Morecombe Foundation, YourTown and the StandbyU Foundation used the space to host meetings, while engaging with key operational teams in the ACCCE.
The visit also provided the opportunity to discuss potential future projects and stakeholder engagements.
The pilot was seen as a success by the participants and ACCCE representatives, which will see the space used for ongoing stakeholder opportunities as part of the ACCCE’s collaborative national approach.