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  • AIHW: Pathways through youth justice supervision

    August 2014  |  Research papers

    Pathways through youth justice supervision published by the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare explores the types of youth justice supervision experienced by particular cohorts of young people based on data available from the Juvenile Justice National Minimum Data Set (JJ NMDS) from 2000–...

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  • The CALD Youth Census Report 2014

    August 2014  |  Information

    The CALD Youth Census Report 2014’ published by The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network uses the latest Australian Census data to examine key issues for the culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) youth population in Australia. The report focuses on the education, employment and living...

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  • Kids Central Toolkit

    July 2013  |  Information

    The Kids Central Toolkit aims to provide workers and services with information, resources and tools to use child-centred approaches in their work with children, young people and families.  The Toolkit is based around six key principles that support child-centred practice, and each principle...

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  • Reporting abuse and neglect: State and territory departments responsible for protecting children

    July 2014  |  Information

    This resource provides information about how to report suspected child abuse or neglect. In Australia, state and territory governments are responsible for receiving reports of suspected child abuse and neglect from members of the public. Anyone who suspects, on reasonable grounds, that a child or...

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  • International Approaches to Child Protection

    July 2014  |  Research papers

    There is widespread acceptance that children have the right to grow up in safe and stable environments, protected from abuse and neglect, and to have their developmental needs attended to. Governments have recognised the need to provide a safety net for children to ensure that these basic needs and...

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  • Counsellor Confidentiality in Family Law - WEBINAR

    June 2014  |  Information

    In collaboration with Michael Lynch Family Lawyers, the Greater Brisbane Family Law Pathways Network hosted a webinar event focussing on the legal contexts and complexities of counselling session content relative to family law matters. The presenter, Ms Amy Campbell discussed: The complexities of...

    Download: Audio icon Counsellor Confidentiality Audio.mp3, Office presentation icon Counsellors Court and Confidentiality.ppt

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  • Working with Families Whose Child is Bullying

    July 2014  |  Research papers

    When children bully others at school, they are at significant risk of continuing this pattern of antisocial behaviour and having mental health concerns as they grow older. While bullying is often labelled as a school-related issue, it is also a family issue, as bullying is a behaviour often...

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  • Children Who Bully at School

    July 2014  |  Research papers

    School bullying is a serious problem worldwide. There is now strong evidence to indicate that children who bully at school are at significant risk for a range of antisocial, criminal and poor health outcomes later in life. Importantly, bullying is a behaviour often influenced by family environment...

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  • Separated parents: Children under four and overnight stays

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    The idea that young children under four should not spend any nights away from their primary attachment figure usually the mother, is a hotly contested idea. English parenting guru Penelope Leach has quoted Australian researchers in her new book about separated families, but the researchers say they...

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  • Me, My Kids and My Ex: Tips and Hints on Surviving Separation

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    Children benefi t from the love and support of both parents. Makingparenting decisions, providing education, looking after their healthand providing a home will require you to both work together for thebenefi t of your children.

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