17 November 2014 | General Interest SNAICC has released a final report on the Western Australian consultations under its national initiative to reduce the alarming and soaring number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in out-of-home care. SNAICC’s Family Matters, Kids safe in culture, not in care hosted a public forum on the over-representation […]
13 November 2014 | General Interest The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) has developed a fact sheet for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations applying for charity registration with ACNC. The fact sheet outlines who can register, how to register, what to include, as well as other relevant information. ACNC is Australia’s independent national […]
13 November 2014 | BLOG: Early Childhood The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) established a review of the National Quality Framework (NQF) in 2014 to assess if the agenda to improve the quality of child care services has been achieved and to address any problems that have emerged since its implementation. On November 7 COAG […]
12 November 2014 | Community Announcements Are you a practitioner or team leader in a child and family welfare organisation? Are you an internal evaluator or person responsible for evaluation in a child and family welfare organisation? A world-first research project on the use of evaluation in Australian child and family welfare organisations is currently […]
12 November 2014 | General Interest The Senate Committee inquiring into Grandparents who take primary responsibility for raising their grandchildren has released a number of recommendations pertaining to the needs of grandparents and grandchildren who live in these formal or informal care arrangements. The 18 recommendations have been developed following extensive public consultation, and can […]
11 November 2014 | General Interest Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) figures show that around one in five children starting school are not prepared socially or emotionally for the school environment. The figures show up to 27,000 children are not school-ready when they commence, with 9 percent of children lacking in social skills and self-confidence, […]
Download File This Guide includes a set of evidence-based good practice principles (the Principles). The Principles build on and are consistent with the values and principles in the National Plan and its supporting strategies. This Guide also includes key indicators to support implementation and monitoring of the Principles in the form of a ‘Process Framework’.