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Children’s submissions invited on what culture means to them

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are invited to share what culture means to them to be part of this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day poster and social media. Children can attach drawings or writing to the Children’s Day resource provided by SNAICC, with contributions returned to david.hull@snaicc.org.au or SNAICC – PO Box 1144, Collingwood VIC 3066. The theme for this year’s Children’s Day on 4th August is We are Elders of tomorrow, hear our voice. Entries should be sent by Friday, 20th March.

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Latest media reporting on PeakCare’s call to Get Smarter, Not Tougher, on Youth Crime

Late last week, PeakCare released a summary of the media reports about responses to ‘Stop Youth Crime – Get Smarter Not Tougher’, an…

Read More

It’s time to get smarter, not tougher, on youth crime

“If we are demanding children to be accountable, we must be accountable to these children first and provide preventable measures…

Read More

Open letter on youth justice published in the Courier Mail on Saturday, 28 January 2023

PeakCare Members, Supporters and media contacts may already be aware of the full-page open letter to the Queensland Parliament published…

Read More