A resources portal that highlighted new approaches to keeping Aboriginal and Torres Strait children safe and happy.
The aim of Knowledge Circle was to share knowledge about 'what works' in delivering positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families and communities. It provided professionals working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders with quality, evidence-based information, resources and interactive support.
Resources were aimed at practitioners, service providers, researchers, community leaders, non-government organisations and governments.
Knowledge Circle collected practice information from service providers and agencies working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities to keep children happy and safe at home.
These Practice Profiles give a snapshot of culturally appropriate approaches that have been shown to deliver positive outcomes to children and families.
The Knowledge Circle project was discontinued in June 2016. However a complete snapshot of the website, taken on 13 March 2018, can be still be accessed via the National Library of Australia’s web archive. Go to: