21 November 2014 | BLOG: Child Protection SNAICC has written to the WA Minister for Child Protection, Helen Morton, calling on the Western Australian Government to reduce the number of Aboriginal children in out-of-home care in the state by 25 per cent over the next 12 months. At 30 June 2013 (the latest available figures) […]
19 November 2014 | General Interest In case you haven’t already noticed, SNAICC has a brand new website. The new website has a deadly new design and more importantly will make travelling through the site easier and faster. New features of site include a state-of-the-art resource shop to purchase all your SNAICC resource, a new […]
19 November 2014 | General Interest The SNAICC Training Team has been out and about in force over the last few weeks, connecting with communities across Australia, delivering workshops based on exciting new SNAICC resources. The first workshop for our family violence research and best practice package — Safe for Our Kids — was launched […]
19 November 2014 | BLOG: Child Protection SNAICC is proud to release “Safe for our Kids: A guide to family violence response and prevention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families” (the Guide). While there is evidence of the importance of local solutions to prevent and to respond to family violence, there is […]
19 November 2014 | BLOG: Family and Community Support SNAICC has written a new paper that explores the strengths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parenting. The paper – written in partnership with the Australian Institute of Family Studies – was produced after spending time listening to communities around the country. The evidence provided in […]
Download File SNAICC has published its 2013–14 Annual Report, covering our activities and finances from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014, as well as the highly-successful 2014 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day on 4 August.
18 November 2014 | Community Announcements The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation is offering small grants to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities to commemorate and celebrate the anniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generations, as well as to celebrate members of the Stolen Generation. The 2015 anniversary theme – […]