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Principles for justice in child well-being and protection - an effective child well-being and protection system

5 May 2008
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This Statement of Principles sets out the guiding principles that SNAICC expects all state, territory and federal governments to uphold in developing and implementing an effective and integrated child welfare and protection system in Australia. Like the Aboriginal Child Placement Principle, these principles would underpin how governments approach child welfare and child protection policies and decisions, and uphold Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children's cultural rights as part of their wider rights.

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2008
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