Download File National Aboriginal and Islander Children’s Day – Tuesday 4 August 2009 – ‘Good Child Protection: we do it better together’.
Download File The SNAICC Resource Service has distributed over 600 Through Young Black Eyes Workshop Kits free to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, family workers and services around the nation. The kits will assist communities to take local action to prevent child abuse, neglect and family violence and propose six steps to develop […]
Download File SNAICC Chairperson, Muriel Bamblett, AM, said today that, ‘tonight’s Federal Budget has to start delivering on the governments pre-election promises of halving the gap in mortality rates between Indigenous and non Indigenous children under the age of five within a decade; and halving the gap in reading, writing and numeracy achievement within a […]
Download File ‘SNAICC applauds Prime Minister Kevin Rudd for the manner in which he apologised today to the Stolen Generations,’ Muriel Bamblett, AM, Chairperson of the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC), said today. ‘Through the formal apology and his speech, the Prime Minister demonstrated with his heart and mind that he […]
Download File SNAICC media statement on the occasion of the national apology by the national parliament to the Stolen Generations on 13 February 2008.
Download File The largest ever national conference on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families kicks off next week. The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) will hold the largest ever national conference on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Adelaide next week from 19 to 21 September 2007.
Download File ‘Foster and kinship carers – keeping kids connected to community, family and culture’ – Statement for National Aboriginal and Islander Children’s Day, 4 August 2005. Ms Muriel Bamblett AM, SNAICC Chairperson, said today, ‘This year’s theme highlights the significance of foster and kinship carers in our children’s lives.’
Download File Statement calling for commitments to be made for Indigenous children during the 2004 federal election.