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Listen to the latest interview with Lindsay Wegener speaking to the ABC about new youth justice reforms

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If you have listened to Steve Austin’s interview of PeakCare’s Lindsay Wegener on ABC Drive that went to air earlier this week, you may now like to listen to Adam Stephen’s interview of PeakCare’s Lindsay Wegener on ABC Drive Regional Queensland that took place last night. These interviews have been about new youth justice laws that have been the subject of fiery debate in Parliament throughout the week.

Tell us your views about matters raised in the interview by entering comments below, anonymously if you prefer.

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2 Comments

  1. Gracie Trindorfer on February 25, 2021 at 7:28 pm

    Well said on villages by Lindsay Wegener.
    His advice on caring for children since birth.
    The support from the community is vital to every ones business for the good outcomes.
    To care at all cost to live a healthy lifestyle in education, employment, social and emotional in health and well being.

  2. Janet Wight on February 26, 2021 at 8:59 am

    Please see YAC’s views in its YAK on YAC at https://www.yac.net.au/about-us/yak-on-yac/ These changes are an opportunistic attempt to change laws which do not need changing: they will impact (again) on the most vulnerable and disadvantaged of our children, particularly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and children in care.

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