SNAICC shares resources to support the implementation of the National Principles

SNAICC shares resources to support the implementation of the National Principles

by Freya Lucas

July 19, 2021

SNAICC has developed a series of informative resources to support organisations working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and communities to implement the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations (National Principles).

 

In partnership with the National Office for Child Safety, the Keeping Our Kids Safe resources apply a cultural lens to the National Principles to help organisations think about how to make themselves safer for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

 

The ten National Principles give organisations across Australia a consistent approach to promoting a culture of child safety and wellbeing, and have been designed to be flexible and relevant for organisations of all sizes and sectors that engage with children and young people.

 

During consultations around the development of the National Principles a need for more information which would support organisations working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and communities was identified, with the resource suite developed in response. 

 

“The Keeping Our Kids Safe resources take the National Principles and deliver them in a way that is culturally relevant and promotes cultural safety,”  SNAICC said.

 

Find out more and access the resources via the linked guide and animated video.

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