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.
This webinar focused on developing practical strategies to create safe and inclusive environments for children with disability.
This article examines the role of homelessness in the link between child maltreatment and youth offending.
R4Respect aims to prevent domestic violence through an innovative peer-to-peer approach involving young people—and it's showing promising results.
Young people leaving care have specific needs and are at greater risk of contact with the justice system.
This article reflects on research that revealed parents didn’t always know how adolescents were feeling, and considers implications for practice.
This article explores the high rates of smoking, alcohol consumption, and other risky behaviours among children and adolescents with mental disorders.
This article explores what’s known about the complex relationship between child maltreatment and youth offending.