|Year||2021 - 2030|
|Type of Measure||Policies > National strategy specific to violence against women|
|Form of Violence||Sexual violence|
The National Strategy to Prevent and Respond to Child Sexual Abuse 2021-2030 is the first of its kind in Australia, and provides a nationally coordinated, strategic framework for preventing and responding to child sexual abuse. It seeks to reduce the risk, extent and impact of child sexual abuse and related harms in Australia. The National Strategy was a key recommendation of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (Royal Commission), and responds to approximately 100 other Royal Commission recommendations to address child sexual abuse in all settings. The Government of Australia has committed A$307.5 million for the implementation of the Strategy.