This webinar will outline recent initiatives that promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership and self-determination in child protection.
This report from the Children's Commissioner for England reports on the stability of the lives of children in out-of-home care.
This short article discusses key findings of a Baptcare study report that explored the experiences and impacts of family violence in kinship care.
This report presents findings of an evaluation of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family-led decision making trials conducted in Queensland.
Report – Report on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family-led decision making trials, Queensland January 2016 to June 2017
This report from SNAICC provides an overview of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family-led decision making trials in Queensland.
Long-term outcomes of adults who were abused or neglected as children in care during the 20th century
A recent study found that adults who were abused as children in out-of-home care experienced a range of negative outcomes persisting into later life.
The Family Matters Report 2017 highlights that rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in care have worsened over the last 10 years.
This report explores a range of initiatives and programs that aim to build a family inclusive approach to child protection and child welfare practice.
This resource provides information for children and young people, carers and practitioners to support Aboriginal children's connection to culture.
The Victorian government has introduced a new model of kinship care.