The NSW Government's response to the Family is Culture review report lays a foundation for the way forward to keep First Nations children with their parents and reduce the number of these children coming into care.
SNAICC position on COVID-19 recovery reforms to strengthen early years supports for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
SNAICC provided a submission to the Federal Government based on consultation with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early years network about the impacts of COVID-19 on First Nations children, families and services.
Changing tracks: an action plan for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families 2020-2022
This action plan focuses on the changes needed to eliminate the disproportionate representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the child protection system and to close the gap in life outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.
This submission outlines the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council's recommendations to the Queensland Government's development of a statewide Healing Strategy.
Service intergration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood development: a multiple case study from New South Wales and Queensland
This report looks at the fundamental elements to successful integrated service systems for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and early years services.
Service integration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood development: final report
This First 1000 Days Australia report confirms that service integration has enabled the two partner organisations to meet a broad range of needs for Aboriginal children and families, and to provide holistic and coordinated care.
This report looks at how the safety and wellbeing of children in the Northern Territory can be improved. The focus is on how the Commonwealth and Northern Territory Governments can work better together to fund services.
This toolkit aims to encourage local initiatives that improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.
The Sentencing Advisory Council has released this second report on ‘crossover kids’, children who have had contact with both the child protection system and the youth justice system. The report finds that the vast majority of children were known to child protection before they committed...
This report presents statistics on state and territory child protection and family support services, and selected characteristics of children receiving these services. This includes statistics for 2018–19, and trends over the 5-year period from 2014–15 to 2018–19.