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Improving engagement with First Nations families and children – during NAIDOC Week

The Gold Coast Family Law Pathways Network, Family Matters and Bond University invites sector practitioners to take part in a webinar panel discussion with reflections on the film “In My Blood It Runs” featuring Indigenous and non-Indigenous panellists. Discussion on key issues and themes about engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander families in the family law system and the over-representation of First Nations children in out of home care will take place. The webinar will be held Wednesday, 18th November at 1.30pm. Find out more and register.

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