Organisation

Advocate for Children and Young People (NSW)

Report

Strong communities strong kids: NSW Aboriginal Child & Family Conference 2019

The NSW Aboriginal Child & Family Conference put the focus firmly on strategies for involving Aboriginal youth, families and communities in developing services and policies that lead to system change.
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What Aboriginal children and young people have to say

Advocate for Children and Young People (ACYP) has released the report ‘What Aboriginal children and young people have to say’ which is based on the views and experiences of 2,800 Aboriginal children and young people.
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Mental health and wellbeing needs of children and young people

This report details all the findings from ACYP consultations and polling relating to the mental health needs of children and young people in NSW. In total, the voices of approximately 12,000 children and young people are represented in this report.
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What children and young people in juvenile justice centres have to say

This report details the findings from ACYP consultations with children and young people in Juvenile Justice Centres between 2015 and 2019. ACYP consulted with young people in detention to inform the development of New South Wales' first Strategic Plan for Children and Young People.
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The economic cost of violence against children and young people

This report, which focuses solely on violence against children and young people aged 0-24, using the figures from 2016-2017, reveals that violence against children not only impacts on their lives but also has a tremendous economic impact on New South Wales.