Visit Website A total of 84 organisations and individuals endorsed the Report, in whole or in part. Commitment to the National Early Childhood Development Strategy, its implementation of a National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children, the Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children, and the commitment to Closing the Gap on Aboriginal health […]
Visit Website The use of tobacco is a major cause of premature mortality and morbidity among Indigenous people in Australia.
Download File Improved Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children and Families in Early Childhood Education and Care Services: Learning from Good Practice – SNAICC Report exploring and unpacking the factors that contribute to positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families in early childhood education and care (ECEC) services.
Visit Website This report was developed following consultations with over 750 children and young people and over 100 organisations and subject matter experts, as well as liaison with the Australian Federal Government and the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Visit Website This Report contains a range of issues including current substance use and related harms, social and emotional well being and co-morbidity, and the social determinants of mental health and substance misuse.
Visit Website NATSILS are extremely concerned over the level of protection afforded to the human rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in Australia, particularly in relation to their contact with the justice system.
SNAICC is proud to release a significant new research report entitled Opening Doors through Partnerships: Practical approaches to developing genuine partnerships that address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community needs. In the context of a current nation-wide policy focus on service delivery partnerships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations, and mainstream service […]
SNAICC is pleased to report that a new international mechanism has been created giving children the power to submit complaints about abuses of their rights – putting them on an equal footing with adults. The decisions follows five years of lobbying by a coalition of over 80 concerned NGOs, and will hopefully mark a new […]
Visit Website Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing: A focus on children and youth, April 2011, a compendium of statistics covering culture, leisure and heritage; housing and community facilities; law and justice; and a population overview. The statistics are taken from a 2008 ABS survey that covered 13,000 Indigenous […]