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The wait is over. Nunga Oog is here!

Meet Nunga Oog, our long-awaited safety symbol for Aboriginal children and young people in care – just in time for Reconciliation Week!

A big welcome to our new team members

We extend a big welcome to our two new team members, Alicia Smith and Steve Goss. Alicia is our Senior Policy Officer while Steve will head up the newly-created Youth Treatment Orders Visitor role.

New report explores what it means to keep kids safe

A new report from the Australian Human Rights Commission shares the voices of hundreds of children and young people (including those in care and youth detention), and their families across Australia, about what they need to be safe and well, and what makes it hard to get help when they need it.

Young people take first steps into new transitioning from care service

A new service is looking to curb the poor outcomes many young people experience when they leave the care system. By providing access to affordable accommodation and a range of other wrap-around supports, the Department for Child Protection’s Next Steps Pilot Service seeks to better support young people moving from residential care into adult life and independence.

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