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Out-of-Home Care and Education: Insights from Let Us Learn

Monday April 29, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

The Commission for Children and Young People’s (CCYP) Let Us Learn Inquiry has sparked a vital conversation about education in out-of-home care. Join us as we delve deeper into the Inquiry to hear insights directly from the Commissioners, Liana Buchanan and Meena Singh, and the young people whose voices shaped the report. Don’t miss our 20-minute Q&A session, tailored to the children and family services sector.

Do you have burning questions about the report’s findings or recommendations? Perhaps you want to know how the report relates to your work? Register now and include your questions! We can’t wait for you to join us.


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9614 1577


Residential Care, Foster Care, Kinship Care, Child and Family Services, CEO's, Executives, Directors
Facilitator Bio
Meena Singh is the Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People in Victoria. She is a Yorta Yorta and Indian woman, born and living on the land of the Kulin Nations. Meena started her legal career with Victoria Legal Aid, where she practised in human rights and criminal law, and was also their inaugural Associate Director, Aboriginal Services. She has led legal services and programs at the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service and the Human Rights Law Centre, as well as consulting in training and organisational development across many organisations. She has a passion for centering the voices of people with lived experience and service design that promotes inclusion, connection and ultimately achieve social justice and equitable outcomes. Liana Buchanan has been Victoria’s Principal Commissioner for Children and Young People since 2016 and is also a part-time Commissioner of the Victorian Law Reform Commission. Liana has a background in oversight and system reform for people experiencing disadvantage and those affected by family and sexual violence. As Principal Commissioner she is responsible for promoting children’s rights, regulating organisations that work with children to prevent child abuse, and monitoring services for children and young people, including those in the out-of-home care, child protection and youth justice systems.
1.5 Hrs

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