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New report shows Australia continues to fall behind in children’s outcomes

A new report card examining a wide range of child and youth health, wellbeing and education data reveals that Australia is doing worse than, or only meeting, the international average in two-thirds of indicators.

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New Government report reveals worsening statistics for Indigenous children

The Productivity Commission has released the first part of the 2018 Report on Government Services, focused on Community Services including child protection.

The data shows that the over representation of Indigenous children in the child protection system continues to worsen.

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Should NQF services be looking to #ChangeTheDate?

The movement to change the annual date of Australia Day has grown steadily, now often highlighted with the hashtag #ChangeTheDate. The date, January 26, represents the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788. For many, including many Indigenous Australians, this date represents the beginning of a colonial invasion that decimated communities and a culture that had endured on this continent for tens of thousands of years.

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