Organisation

Emerging Minds

Guide

How the experiences and circumstances of culturally and linguistically diverse children and families influence child mental health

This paper explores how the experiences of children and families from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds can affect child mental health. It looks specifically at the experiences of parents and children who migrated to Australia for non-humanitarian reasons, such as work, education or family.
Report

What works to improve young children’s social, emotional and behavioural wellbeing?

This rapid evidence review identifies national and international prevention and early intervention programs that are effective at improving the social, emotional and behavioural health of at-risk children under the age of five.
Conference proceedings

Youth mental health and COVID-19: 2021 Policy Lab briefing note

This paper summaries the discussions that emerged from a conference exploring the impacts of COVID-19 and related responses on the mental health of young people in disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable groups in the United Kingdom.
Guide

Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and children living with disability

This series of tip sheets has been co-designed with Aboriginal families who care for children living with disability. It is primarily designed for non-Indigenous workers supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families where a child is living with disability.
Guide

Working together to keep children and families safe

This practice paper focuses on improving cross-sectoral relationships between child protection and child and family welfare practitioners, who are often required to work together to keep children and families safe. This paper aims to build practitioners' collaborative competence.