The August 2016 edition of the Guardian’s Newsletter


2 September 2016

pictur eof front conver of the August 2016 guardians newsletter

This edition of the Guardian’s Quarterly Newsletter features:

> The story of Ngarrindjeri  woman Olivia Brownsey and Wagadagam woman Loyola Wills and their project to provide overnight bags containing essential items to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people coming into emergency care.

> How new posters promoting the Charter of Rights specially for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people are being developed featuring the work of Ramindjeri/Ngarrindjeri artist Teresa Walker.

> The Guardian’s thoughts on Commissioner Nyland’s report on child protection and the hope and prospects for major reforms.

> The Office’s monitoring of residential care is now to have a greater focus on cultural support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents.

> Seven young people give us seven lessons on ‘Having a Say’.

> What the Guardian’s Office has been up to in June, July and August.

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