This Child Protection Week we must all pause for a moment to remember Jack and Jennifer Edwards who were killed by their father in their home, which should have been
There has never been a worse time to be a working woman in Australia. Right now, more working women than men having lost their jobs since the start of the
We are experiencing a time of disruption and upheaval. Living through a pandemic has required us to change and adapt to challenging circumstances. For those of us working in the child and family services sector, it has meant being innovative in the ways we work with families to keep children visible and safe.
The Centre has joined with Brotherhood of St Laurence, Council of Single Mothers and their Children and Grandparents Australia/Grandparents Victoria to prepare a 2020-21 Pre-Budget Submission for the Federal Government.
The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare welcomes the recent Victorian Government announcement that the Orange Door network will expand to Melbourne’s south and inner-east, Ovens Murray, Wimmera
The social impacts of COVID-19 Reset not restart: taking advantage of a crisis for social change A report by Deloitte Access Economics The public health and economic impacts of the
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COVID-19 is a generation-defining moment for young people, which will have a disproportionate, long-term impact on young people’s lives. A coalition of youth services led by Youth Affairs Council Victoria
The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (the Centre) and Tweddle are thrilled to announce a key partnership made possible with thanks to a significant investment from the
A new project will support Aboriginal women in Victoria to better meet their babies’ and infants’ needs and reduce the likelihood of children entering the state’s child protection and care