SNAICC welcomes the opportunities and responsibilities as elected Convenor of the Indigenous Sub-Group on Children and Youth (the ISG). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children have the same rights as other Australian children, including the right to be safe, the right to health care, the right to education and so on. They also have unique […]
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 […]
Download File The National Quality Agenda is initially focusing on long day care, family day care, outside-school-hours care and preschools it will eventually include all service types including Indigenous specific ‘budget-based’ services.
Download File SNAICC briefing paper to all governments on the developing a National Action Plan and National Indigenous Children’s Well Being and Development Taskforce to prevent Indigenous child abuse and neglect.
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