The next Victorian government must put children at the centre

The next Victorian government must put children at the centre

We have a responsibility to look after every Victorian child. Our future depends on it. The voices of disadvantaged children and young people are all too often ignored. Too many Victorian children and families are struggling. Demand for support services is growing at an unprecedented rate. That’s why the Victorian state government must act early

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Resi ROCKS 2018

Resi ROCKS 2018

Residential care workers are invited to the MCG to attend this year’s Resi ROCKS on Friday 15 June with the theme: “Making a Difference: Innovative Ways to Improve Outcomes for Young People” This is the yearly opportunity to bring together resi workers across the state to acknowledge and celebrate our knowledge and skills! We’re very excited to

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Royal Commission: It is not enough to say this can never happen again

  In December 2017, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse handed down its final report. In four years, more than 6000 people have come forward to tell their stories. As a country, we have taken the courageous step to shine a light on a culture where abuse was tolerated for decades,

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Welcome Boost to Frontline Child Protection Services

Welcome Boost to Frontline Child Protection Services

The Centre welcomes the Government’s announcement today of a $5.65 million funding boost to Child FIRST and Integrated Family Services.

The funds will be provided to services around the state to meet growing demand, with a focus on developing partnerships with family violence services and responding to Aboriginal children and families experiencing violence at home.

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VICTORIAN BUDGET DELIVERS FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES

 

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VICTORIAN BUDGET DELIVERS FOR CHILDREN, FAMILIES

27 April 2016

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Sustained call for church abuse inquiry leads update

Sustained call for church abuse inquiry leads update

The sustained call for an independent inquiry to tackle church abuse leads this media update. Professor Dorothy Scott’s Catherine Helen Spence Oration, federal funding for evaluation, and the impact of precarious work on families also feature.

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