Current issues in child protection policy and practice : Informing the NT Department of Health and Community Services child protection review
Adam M. Tomison.
Tomison, Adam M; National Child Protection Clearing House (Australia)
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Date:2004-02; Cover title. Written for the Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services.
Child protection and family support services -- Developments in child protection practice -- Responding to child abuse and neglect in Indigenous and rural-remote communities -- Evidence-based practice in child protection – How do we better inform practice -- Conclusion: child protection and family support in the 21st Century.
Child abuse -- Australia -- Prevention
National Child Protection Clearing House
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