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What makes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people feel safe and cared for?

The annual Family Matters Report looks at what governments, organisations and communities across Australia are doing to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people grow up safe and cared for in family, community and culture. Family Matters wants to hear from proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people what they hope for and how community, organisations and governments can support them to achieve their potential – with comments being published in this year’s Family Matters Report. Young people are invited to answer the question “What do you think is the most important thing we should all be doing to support young people like you to be happy and healthy and feel connected to your family, community, culture and country?” and send their answers to Nadeshda.Jayakody@snaicc.org.au by Friday, 30th August, along with details of their name, their background and where their mob is from, and their age.

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