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Foster care campaign leads media update

Today’s media update leads with coverage of Rainbow Hair for Foster Care in National Child Protection Week. Other topics include broader powers for the Child Safety Commissioner, the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities, the As Eye See It Exhibition, and the settlement of a Federal Court claim by Community Connections

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Foster care in National Child Protection Week

Broader powers for the Child Safety Commissioner

Charter figures in High Court ruling

As Eye See It exhibition opens

CSO settles Federal Court claim

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