Removing kids, Cummins Inquiry lead media update

Last night’s excellent SBS Insight program, "Removing Kids" and continuing coverage of the Cummins Inquiry report on Victoria’s vulnerable children lead today’s media update. A likely new service provider for former Community Connections programs and a funding cloud over a successful housing program also feature.

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SBS Insight, "Removing Kids"

This program, which aired last night, was a compelling, nuanced and necessary discussion of removing children that put at the heart of the story the personal experience of young people, carers and a parent whose children were removed and later returned. The program can now be seen online.

Cummins Inquiry

New service provider considers south-west

Funding cloud over housing program

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