We have developed a number of affiliations with many government and non-government organisations to address Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander child protection issues. These arrangements are formal and informal and involve QATSICPP’s participation on committee and working groups of child protection partners and affiliates.
QATSICPP Ltd is affiliated and a member on the board of the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) the national peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children and families.
This national body provides an independent voice for children and young people in Out of Home Care. CREATE seeks to connect and empower Australian children and young people in care and, change the care system through activities, programs, training, research and policy advice.
Is the Peak body for child protection agencies and services which provide prevention, early intervention, Out of Home Care and related support services, family support, statutory intervention and ongoing support to children, young people and their families.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES – CHILD PROTECTION PARTNERSHIP FORUM
The Child Protection Partnership Forum is made up of community and government agencies from across the state working together in child protection. Cooperative, collaborative and coordinated approaches to policy and service development are essential between agencies at all levels of government to address the over-representation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children, young people and their families in the child protection system.
COMBINED VOICES CAMPAIGN – is a joint project of QATSICPP and the following partners:
- Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Human Services Coalition (QATSIHS Coalition)
- Queensland Council of Social Services (QCOSS)
- PeakCare Queensland
- CREATE Foundation
- Child and family welfare professionals
HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES WORKFORCE COUNCIL INC (Workforce Council)
Is a peak body which leads and influences workforce development and innovation in Queensland’s Health and Community Services Industries.
QUEENSLAND ABORIGINAL & ISLANDER HEALTH COUNCIL (QAIHC)
Is the state peak body representing the Community Controlled Health Sector in Queensland at both state and national level.
QUEENSLAND ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER HUMAN SERVICES COALITION (QATSIHS COALITION)
Is a network of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisations committed to the reform and delivery of a comprehensive, effective and integrated human services system in Queensland for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities. The Coalition plays a key role in shaping public policy on Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health and substance misuse, housing and homelessness, education, family and child support, and justice.
TRIPLE P INTERNATIONAL PTY LTD
Is licensed by UniQuest, the University of Queensland’s technology transfer entity, to manage the dissemination of Triple P worldwide. This involves the delivery of training to practitioners, the development and supply of resources for use by parents and practitioners and technical assistance and ongoing support provided to leading organisations and trained practitioners.
QUEENSLAND CENTRE FOR DOMESTIC AND FAMILY VIOLENCE RESEARCH – CQ UNIVERSITY
Undertakes research and develop educational resources pertaining to domestic and family violence in Queensland.
Provides services to enhance the lives of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people by reuniting those over the age of eighteen years who have experienced enforced separation from their families and communities through adoption, fostering, removal and institutionalisation.