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Overlap between child protection and youth justice

On Tuesday, 15th October the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), an Australian Government agency who works with state and territory governments to collate and publish annual reports on national health and welfare statistics, released their Young people in child protection and under youth justice supervision 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2018 report. The report confirms previous research findings that the majority of children who are abused and neglected do not go on to offend, however a large proportion of children who offend have had a history of abuse or neglect. Click here to read more about this report.

Anti-Poverty Week 2022

Anti-Poverty Week 2022 has seen the release of numerous publications reporting on poverty in Australia and its impact. Take the…

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A path forward for anti-discrimination law in Queensland

The final report and recommendations of the QHRC’s Review of Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Act were tabled in state parliament on 1st…

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Report into institutional child sexual abuse reforms

On Friday, 8th April 2022, the Queensland Government tabled its fourth annual report into the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual…

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PeakCare supports a First Nations Voice to Parliament

  PeakCare Queensland proudly supports a First Nations Voice to Parliament. View the announcement here.

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Registrations closing soon for Evidence Based Decision Making Masterclass

Ticket sales for Evidence-Based Decision Making, a low-cost Masterclass co-hosted by PeakCare and OzChild are closing this Wednesday, 27th September. Sector…

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Congratulations to QCPW 2023 Awards recipients

PeakCare warmly congratulates recipients of the 2023 QCPW Awards, welcomes a new CEO, invites organisational leaders to a new masterclass,…

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