SNAICC’s Annual Report 2021–22 showcases SNAICC’s work over the past financial year (July 2021 to June 2022).
In the report we reflect on what a significant year it has been for our members and the sector, also reflecting on the major growth of the organisation.
During this period, we strengthened our relationships with both the Commonwealth and state and territory governments and are looking forward to growing the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sector
voice, with greater participation over the coming years. SNAICC is in a very prominent position and well situated to drive reforms across the early years and child and family welfare sectors to deliver better outcomes for our children. We continue to lead policy analysis and advocacy for our members, our sector and our children.
The report provides insights into our projects, services, resources, and support SNAICC offers through training, policy, partnerships, communications and finances, as well as the Family Matters and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day campaigns, and more.