Child Protection Week leads media update

Today’s media update looks at a broad range of issues including outcomes for kids leaving care, the investigation of abuse, the influence of marriage on child wellbeing, income management, politics and community values, and scrutiny of government IT systems.

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National Child Protection Week

Leaving care 

Investigation of child abuse

Marriage and children’s wellbeing

Politics and community values

The impacts of income management

  • Managing income management, ABC Radio National The National Interest, 2 September 2011
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Government IT systems face further scrutiny

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