A snapshot of the rates of involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in child protection and out-of-home care during 2016–2017
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Key considerations for those thinking about evaluating the outcomes or impact of a program for Indigenous families and communities
Enhancing the implementation of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle: Policy and practice considerations
Outlines the contemporary understanding of the Principle, and reviews the barriers at the policy and practice levels that impede its implementation
Safe and supportive Indigenous families and communities for children: A synopsis and critique of Australian research
A review of research on building safe and supportive families and communities for Indigenous children in Australia.
Summary of how transport and disadvantage intersect and why some groups are especially vulnerable to transport disadvantage.
Articles include shariah law and marriage in Australia, working with families after traumatic events, a whole-of-agency public health approach
Articles on barriers and enablers to engaging with men from a variety of cultural backgrounds, different meanings of child-focused ideal for family
Voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people in care: Perspectives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Young People
In this paper, international and Australian research on children’s wellbeing and the views of young people in care are reviewed
Children with complex needs: Perspectives of professionals from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander agencies, non-government agencies and government departments
Looks at what kinds of support services were in place to support children in out-of-home care, and what support services were needed
Supporting carers: Perspectives of professionals from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander agencies, non-government agencies and government departments
Looks at what type of support carers needed to continue in their caring role, and barriers that made it difficult to provide appropriate care