Family Matters National Week of Action 2021
Monday 10 May 2021 – Working with Our Mob: how to put Family Matters principles into practice
This webinar is an invaluable way for all child and family services providers and practitioners working with Aboriginal people to develop empowering, respectful practice.
Wednesday 12 May 2021 – National commissioner call to action
Our key call for accountability and in defence of the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families.
Thursday 13 May 2021 – Ways to connect children back to their family, culture and community
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.
Friday 14 May 2021 – Ensuring our babies get the safest start
Learn about how birth is a key point of removal from their families for too many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies, and what we can do to stop this entry point from happening.
2017 Child Aware Approaches Conference
Family Matters Co-Chair Natalie Lewis invited Shannieka Martino, a young girl currently living in out-of-home care, to join her in delivering a keynote address to the 2017 Child Aware Approaches Conference.
Family Matters Report Launch
In his Keynote Address at the launch of the 2016 Family Matters Report, Family Matters ambassador and Professor Chris Sarra shared his views on which effective approaches will make the most impact for our children in the Indigenous policy landscape.
Queensland Family Matters Forum
What does culture mean to you?
The Queensland Family Matters Forum brought together people from different sectors to discuss how we’re going to improve the health and well-being of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Stop the Creation of Another Stolen Generation
It’s time to step up for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
Forever Learning – a Digital Story from Berrimba Child Care Centre
SNAICC is proud to launch the latest digital story in our plight to raise awareness about the work of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander integrated early years services.