Tag: Cultural Identity

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.

First glimpse of Nunga Oog

After two years in the making, Nunga Oog is well on its way to becoming a cuddly friend for Aboriginal children and young people in care.

Reconciliation: More than a word

As our office reflects on this year’s Reconciliation Week, we wanted to share with you a young Aboriginal woman’s experience about discovering her identity in the care system.

Nunga Oog is taking shape

The long-awaited safety symbol for Aboriginal children and young people in care, Nunga Oog, is taking shape after our face to face workshops kicked off

The deadly dreamtime story

Creating art was a popular activity during SA’s COVID-19 lockdown, especially for many of the children and young people living in residential care. We talked

The makings of Nunga Oog

We are excited to announce the much loved Oog is getting a friend! Just like Oog, who is the safety symbol for children and young

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