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May 2021

Working with Our Mob: how to put Family Matters principles into practice

May 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Introduced by SNAICC CEO Catherine Liddle and facilitated by Karl Williamson, Family Matters National Leadership Group member and social worker. Speakers include: Michael Currie, Queensland Family Matters Co-Chair and Principal Advisor, Indigenous Development with the Benevolent Society, and Sue-Anne Hunter, Family Matters Co-Chair. This webinar is an invaluable way for all child and family services providers and practitioners working with Aboriginal people to develop empowering, respectful practice.

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National commissioner call to action

May 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Join SNAICC CEO Catherine Liddle and Family Matters Co-Chair Dr Paul Gray as they lead a discussion by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s commissioners and deputy commissioners around the continent as we continue to call for the creation of dedicated, independent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s commissioners in each state and territory and at the national level. Speakers include: April Lawrie, Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People (South Australia); Justin Mohamed, Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young…

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Ways to connect children back to their family, culture and community

May 13 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This conversation will be led by Family Matters Co-Chair Sue-Anne Hunter. Speakers include: Jo-Anne Kelly, Project Manager Community Initiatives with Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation; Jacynta Krakouer, Family Matters National Leadership Group and University of Melbourne; and Jennifer Parsons, QATSCIPP Sector Development Officer. Engage and learn from this fascinating discussion among four expert Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practitioners in child and family services. Build your practice skills and learning through Aboriginal-led engagement, awareness, and ideas for skill development.  

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