Call for broader approach to protecting children leads update

Coverage of a new report from AIFS examining the evolution of child protection in Australia leads today’s media update. Families being turned away from homelessness services, custody arrangements for very young children, and transparency concerns surrounding a DHS mental health clinical review also feature.

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Protecting children is about much more than removal

Families turned away from homelessness services

New custody guidelines for very small children

Clinical review sparks DHS transparency concerns

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