22 January 2015 | General Interest A review conducted by James Cook University on responses to sexual abuse on Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders has resulted in a request for more effective and practical work in the area. James Cook University’s Dr Janya McCalman led a team of analysts in a nation-wide evaluation and found […]
Download File SNAICC has launched a new resource to support best practice across the nation to reduce the incidence and impacts of family violence on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. The resource, titled Safe for Our Kids: A guide to family violence response and prevention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families, […]
Download Media Release 18 November 2014 – SNAICC releases new resource on family violence prevention Download File SNAICC has launched a new resource to support best practice across the nation to reduce the incidence and impacts of family violence on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. The resource, titled Safe for Our Kids: A guide […]
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’.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has launched a national public awareness campaign calling for more people to come forward to share their story. Royal Commission Chief Executive Officer Janette Dines said that while more than 1,400 people have already shared their story with a Royal Commissioner, there may be many […]
Visit Website The Raising Children Network has developed a tip sheet on how parents and carers can support children who have recently experienced trauma. Trauma: supporting your child in the days and weeks after provides a list of tips on how to support a child’s recovery after a traumatic event and what to look out […]
Visit Website The Trauma and Grief Network (TGN) connects families, members of the community and professionals to resources focused on the care of children and adolescents affected by the impact of trauma, loss and grief.
Visit Website The Raising Children Network is an online resource for parenting children and young people. It provides a range of information on newborns, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, school children, pre-teens and teens.
Visit Website The Sharing Culture website is designed to help Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people understand the nature of historical trauma and its consequences.
Visit Website This website provides information on women’s agencies and services in Australia. It outlines the growth and diversity of organisations and agencies that have emerged from the women’s movement. It includes information on services against sexual assault, domestic violence support services, refuges and other housing programs, working women’s centres, women’s information services, multi-function women’s […]