As we launch into 2020, I would like to acknowledge the dedication and commitment of our united sector and ask you to take some time to reflect on our collective achievements over the past year and more importantly over the last 10 years. The QATSICPP membership has risen to a remarkable 34 members across the state, we now employee 15 staff as we continue to be led by the voices of our children, young people, families and their communities to keep and grow our children safe, in family, community and culture. We will continue to provide leadership in advocacy, and the development of policies, strategies and programs to resource, support and strengthen the capacity and capability of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Agencies in the interests of our children, young people, families and communities.