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  • National Redress Scheme’s first anniversaryPosted: Monday 16 September 2019

    The National Redress Scheme has reached a significant milestone, with more than 4,500 applications made across Australia during its first 12 months.

  • New approach to carer allowancesPosted: Monday 16 September 2019

    Foster and kinship carers looking after children and young people with high and complex needs are the first to benefit from financial support policy and procedure changes.

  • New features in Carer Connect appPosted: Monday 16 September 2019

    Two exciting features have been added to the Carer Connect app – Who am I and Welcome pack.

  • The Truth, Healing and Reconciliation TaskforcePosted: Monday 16 September 2019

    The Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Taskforce is working on six key priorities in 2019 in its role as advisor to the Queensland Government on Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse related reforms.

  • Triple P work with CQIDPosted: Monday 16 September 2019

    The partnership between Rockhampton’s Central Queensland Indigenous Development (CQID) and the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is helping reunite local families and keep children safely at home.

  • Youth Advisory CouncilPosted: Monday 16 September 2019

    The Queensland Family and Child Commission's Youth Advisory Council advocates for the voices of young people across Queensland through schools, agencies, organisations and support groups.

  • 'Safe & Together’ Training for Child Protection LawyersPosted: Monday 17 June 2019

    The Office of the Child and Family Official Solicitor has joined with the Safe & Together Institute to design and deliver training for child protection and family lawyers in Queensland.

  • Finding support for DV is now easierPosted: Monday 17 June 2019

    A new digital solution offering support to people experiencing or impacted by domestic and family violence has been launched in Queensland.

  • New Permanent Care TeamPosted: Monday 17 June 2019

    The Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women has expanded Adoption Services to become Adoption and Permanent Care Services with the establishment of a Permanent Care Team in the unit.

  • What is an OPG Child Advocate Legal Officer?Posted: Monday 17 June 2019

    Child Advocate Legal Officers are lawyers from the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) who advocate for the rights of individual children and young people in the child protection system.

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