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This document reports on how children and young people aged 0 up to 18 years are faring against the whole-of-government government outcomes framework, focusing on their health, wellbeing, learning, safety and development.
This framework comprises 35 outcomes of children’s health, learning, development, wellbeing...
This Privacy Victoria information sheet outlines the privacy rights of children under Victorian law.
Where the Information Privacy Act 2000 (‘the Act’), requires the consent of an individual to collect, disclose, transfer, access or correct their personal information, a parent or guardian can consent...
This first annual report on the status of Victoria's children offers a high-level, yet comprehensive overview of the health, development, learning, safety and wellbeing of Victoria's children and young people, against the outcomes framework of 35 areas.
The report provides an important evidence-base for...
In contrast to previous population survey programs nationally and internationally, this study seeks to extract contemporary policy-oriented domains for inclusion in a strategic program of child health data collection, using a stakeholder consultation process to identify key domains and policy information needs. The outcome is...
The Supporting children, young people and their families affected by homelessness guidelines have been developed primarily for all primary and secondary schools across Victoria to improve the wellbeing, educational experiences and outcomes of children and young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness....
This research constitutes the second part of a three-stage evaluation of the Peninsula Youth Connections program. PYC is the local expression of a program funded by the Australian Government to assist young people at risk of disengaging from education and training. Operating in the Frankston...
Like police, emergency services and youth justice, child protection is ‘frontline’ work that is highly complex and requires specialist skills—and frontline workers are considered to be at particular risk of developing mental health issues. This audit examines whether Victoria’s CPPs maintain good mental health and...
Parental disadvantage, for example lower household income and lower education level, can affect child wellbeing and development. It has been linked to poorer child physical, emotional and cognitive development.
The Victorian government committed to reporting annually on its response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse for five years, until 2022. This is the first annual report.
It is estimated that as many as one in five women living in Australia experience sexual violence and one in three Australian women experience physical violence at some point in their lives (A Snapshot to Time for Action: The National Council’s...