New ways for our families
This report presents the results of a literature review and the findings from the initial cycles of action research conducted with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander chief investigators, community researchers and practitioners working in eight community-controlled child and family services across Queensland.
Experiences of people with mental ill-health involved in family court or child protection processes: a rapid evidence review
This rapid evidence review identifies key specific programs or strategies that have been deployed to address issues of mental ill-health in family law and child protection service users. The authors also provide insights into how to best prevent or mitigate the effects of stigma and...
Effective delivery methods and teaching strategies for child sexual abuse prevention: a rapid evidence check
This rapid evidence check presents the current state of child sexual abuse (CSA) prevention programs, reviewing their utility and effectiveness for CSA prevention education for children. It includes recommendations about the design and delivery of programs for pre-schoolers and children in the early primary school...
Effective interventions to reduce suicidal thoughts and behaviours among children in contact with child protection and out-of-home care systems: a rapid evidence review
Suicide is the leading cause of death over the past six years in young people generally, and it has increased across every state and jurisdiction. The aim of this rapid evidence review is to outline the role played by involvement in the child protection system—including...