In New York City in the 1990s, over 50,000 children were in foster care. Today, this figure is less than 9,000. During the same time, the number of Queensland children in care grew “at an unsustainable rate”. There is still a lot of work needed in Queensland and nationally to tilt the balance of investment towards early intervention and parents finding their voice as advocates. Find out how parents and their allies changed New York City’s child welfare system at this special free forum and panel hosted by Micah Projects on Global Day of Parents, Tuesday 4th June, at Queensland Multicultural Centre, featuring Dr David Tobis. View the flyer for more details or RSVP here.
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