Imaginif prompts for daily writers.
If you wish to join the Writers Prompt Daily simply use the below photo (changes daily) as a prompt and post a short story, poem or paragraph to your blog. Leave a comment and your link here so that all participants can come to you and read/comment/encourage. Stories below are copyright and are Megan Bayliss' writing around the below daily picture prompt.

Imaginif...Child Protection Became Serious Business

Imaginif is set to launch our new protective behaviour concept: the largest on-line child protection conversation in the world. The new site (www.imaginif.com.au, not yet unveiled) will include child safety focused blogs by several writers and a forum to discuss all child safety related issues. The site knows no boundaries and will be open to people world wide: Mums, Dads, professionals, grandparents, kids over 16. Anyone can comment on blogs but forum participation requires becoming a member (free gift with sign up).

Largest on-line child protection conversation topics will include, but not be limited to:
  • Water, sun, farm, poison, snow and road safety (each is a separate category).
  • Child sexual assault prevention.
  • Healthy and safe food for kids. WRITERS NEEDED
  • Travel safety. WRITERS NEEDED
  • Internet Safety. WRITERS NEEDED
  • Gang safety. WRITER NEEDED
  • Bully safety. WRITER NEEDED
  • Teenage and dating safety. WRITERS NEEDED
  • Domestic violence safety. WRITER NEEDED
  • Business protection and safety.
  • Assist dogs for children with a disability. WRITER NEEDED
  • Covert child photography safety. WRITER NEEDED
  • Foster care kid safety. WRITER NEEDED
To reach our aim of being the largest child protection conversation in the world, we need more voluntary writers from around the world who are willing to commit to just one child safety focused blog per week, answer comments on their blog and participate (at least once per week) in associated discussions in the child safety forums. If child safety is a passion of yours, then we want you.

Interested? Apply today. Applicant writers will demonstrate specific knowledge in their nominated area of child safety (yes, caring parents qualify), will send a bio, three samples of their writing, two email referees and be willing to interact with Imaginif, via email or phone, if accepted.

This is a voluntary position and your weekly commitment would be for a minimum three months. You may be able to do it as part of your Corporate Social Responsibility if you are staff of a progressive and socially responsible company. Alternatively, you may be like me and consider child safety so important that you are willing to write for the passion of it. Others may choose to do it for personal reasons between themselves and their God - acting out their beliefs of helping other people.

Blogs will contain a short bio of the blogger at the end of each blog with a link to either bloggers own site or place of business. In text linking back to own business, other articles or industry specific sites is encouraged. What a great way to increase traffic to your site.

Bloggers who have English as a second language are welcome to send duplicate posts: one in English and one in their mother tongue. Publishing both ensures that people who don’t speak English can still become part of the largest on-line child protection conversation in the world.

Volunteer writers will retain copyright of their material but please respect that once posted it should not be posted word for word elsewhere.
The new global conversation on child protection will be monetized with Google AdSense and financial sponsor logos. This is required to meet hosting and site upkeep fees. Imaginif chooses to work independently without any government funding and supports the site from our other business income (sale of protective behaviour resources and consulting).

Should you be accepted as a blogger, your individual/company’s banner/logo can be included on the front page at no financial cost.

Apart from our impending start (in three weeks), there is no time frame on application for these short term and part time voluntary jobs. Writers will come and go. Please send this to people you may think will be interested.

For more information, contact me at imaginif@bigpond.com.au. I’m looking forward to entering into the largest on-line child protection conversation in the world with you.

Imaginif...child protection became serious business. Imaginif...you were part of the push.

6 Response to "Imaginif...Child Protection Became Serious Business"

jumpinginpuddles said...

and what was missed information on DID neeeded, tonight one child in australia in every state will split for the first time and the result they wil become a multiple scary but very true.
Just a suggestion not wanting to intrude

jumpinginpuddles said...

oh and we havent recieved notification that you recieved our submission for the carnival in may did you or didnt you ?

Megan Bayliss said...

Hey jumping
not forgotten: DID is already covered by the woman who's also blogging on self harm in kids. She's a child sexual assault therapist (no, it's not me - I'm staying with protective behaviours).
I do some sessional teaching at Uni and today we spoke about DID. Students were very interested in it.
Yes, thank you got the submissions. They'll go into the May 16 edition of Carnival Against Child Abuse.
Did you see the photo of the Blue Tongue Lizard I put up on my son's site (Home Schooling Aspergers). It was your blog that inspired me to do that.
We are a sick house again today. Three of us have come down with a virus. I feel like a worn out Goanna!
Take care and stay safe.

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jumpinginpuddles said...

hi megan,
now we didnt see the pic we are still finding our way around your blog and thinking also about the subby for the aus carnival.
Awesome someones writing about DID:D
LOl after a while DID is not very interesting especially for those living it but yes its always a good conversation piece ;)

kailani said...

Thank you for submitting this post with the Carnival of Family Life. I think this new idea is a great one. Good luck!

 
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