Today’s media update is dedicated to a wrap-up of media coverage following the release on Tuesday by Premier Baillieu of the Cummins Inquiry report on Victoria’s vulnerable children.
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- Chasing shadows, The Age, 1 March 2012 [Centre comment]
- Crossroads for children, The Age, 1 March 2012
- Vulnerable need same life chances, The Age, 1 March 2012
- Abused, neglected and feeling trapped in the system, The Age, 1 March 2012
- Inquiry push over clergy abuse cases, The Age, 1 March 2012
- One in four Victorian kids at risk of abuse, The Wire, 29 February 2012 [Centre comment]
- Child abuse in Victoria – new report, Student Youth Network (SYN FM), 29 February 2012 [Centre comment]
- New laws sought on child abuse, The Age, 29 February 2012
- The cost of caring – $65,000 out of pocket, The Age, 29 February 2012
- Call to disband children’s clinic, The Age, 29 February 2012
- Government cautious on naming child sex offenders, ABC News Online, 29 February 2012
- Mandatory reporting and "name and shame": child report provokes strong response
774 ABC Melbourne, 29 February 2012
- Child protection inquiry scathing of government services, ABC News Online, 29 February 2012
- Victorian child protection in crisis: report, ABC Victoria 7pm TV News, 28 February 2012 [Centre comment]
- Report into vulnerable children in Victoria, ABC Radio National PM, 28 February 2012 [Centre comment]
- Overhaul child protection in Vic: inquiry, AAP, 28 February 2012 [Centre comment]
- Real work begins with launch of vulnerable children report, 28 February 2012 [Centre media release]
In addition to the above reports where the Centre provided comment, Dr Lynette Buoy yesterday gave an interview to ABC Gippsland (Mornings).
Dr Buoy will also appear this Friday evening on ABC 1 on 7.30 Victoria with Josie Taylor, in a program focusing on the report of the Cummins Inquiry.
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