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Reminder – Much more than the usual feedback about Queensland’s Child Protection Conference

Those who attended the National Child Protection Conference co-hosted by the Child and Family and Welfare Association of Australia, Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak and PeakCare have been invited to complete an online feedback survey. Thank you to the many people who have already completed the survey. What is becoming apparent from the findings so far is that extremely divergent views are held about some aspects of the Conference. The comments being received often move far beyond the usual responses to surveys of this type and are providing a much broader and fascinating picture of the child protection system. This makes it all the more important that we receive a high response rate to the survey. PeakCare’s intention is to publish the survey findings and use it to facilitate further commentary and discussion about the matters raised. The closing date for completing the survey is Friday, 19th July.

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