Recent research suggests that more young adults engage in sexting than teenagers and those who sext regard it more positively than those who don't.
This short article discusses some of the key themes explored at the National Housing Conference held late last year.
Evidence-based, promising or emerging? Clarifying program assessment categories under the Communities for Children Facilitating Partners requirement
This article responds to some common questions about the Communities for Children Facilitating Partners evidence-based requirement.
Professor Daryl Higgins reflects on the findings from the Royal Commission and considers how organisational leaders can best respond.
A short overview of the final report released by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse on 15 December 2017.
An overview of CFCA’s achievements and most popular resources in 2017.
This webinar presented an overview of collective impact with a focus on leadership and governance, community engagement, and evaluation.
Violence against child protection workers has negative effects on their health and wellbeing, but more research is needed to understand its impacts.
We need to collect better data to improve our understanding of how vulnerable children in need become offenders, writes Dr Kath McFarlane.
Self-determination and healing for intergenerational trauma were major themes of the SNAICC Conference held in Canberra, 12-14 September 2017.