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Parents taking their place at the table

Parents’ voices will now permanently be included in government decisions affecting their children’s lives. On Friday, 6th December 2019 Minister Di Farmer officially opened the first meeting of the Queensland Parent Advisory Committee (QPAC), now a permanent fixture in decision making. Shared Strength – Parents taking their place at the table by Family Inclusion Network South East Queensland (FINSEQ) documents the advocacy journey, and features some parents’ answers to the question of what the most important feedback was for parents looking to improve the child protection system in Queensland.

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  1. Sharon storr on May 15, 2020 at 7:35 pm

    Fantastic. We need this in all states

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Young voices needed to shape Queensland’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy

If your organisation has a youth reference or advisory group, this is a great opportunity for their voices to be…

Read More

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