Resource – The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle: A guide to support implementation

Resource – The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle: A guide to support implementation

4 February 2019

This resource is designed to support practitioners and policy makers to improve their implementation of the ATSICPP.

This resource has been published by SNAICC - National Voice for our Children.

This resource is designed to support a holistic understanding of the five elements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle (ATSICPP):

  1. prevention
  2. partnership
  3. placement
  4. participation 
  5. connection.

It is the third in a series of resources released by SNAICC in support of progressing the implementation of the ATSICPP. The resource is designed for practice leaders in child and family sectors, and for policy makers to address policy settings that support effective practice. 

The resource provides a range of practical guidance, reflective activities and links to other resources to support professional reflection and development aimed at implementing the ATSICPP.

Access the full resource via the SNAICC - National Voice for our Children website.

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