Foster Care Week 2017 Picnic Day: Save the Date

ACWA is gearing up again for our annual Foster Care Week Picnic Day, to be held this year on Sunday September 10. This popular and vibrant event marks the commencement of the annual Foster Care Week. This theme for this year’s picnic is ‘Get Active’, with picnic-goers encouraged to dress up as their favourite sporting […]

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Voices From Safe On Country and In Culture

This latest Fostering NSW video offering captures the inspiring voices of Aboriginal actress Madeleine Madden, Marcia Ella-Duncan OAM, the first Aboriginal woman to represent Australia in netball, and Kari Aboriginal Services Recruitment Coordinator Dennis Thorne during our recent ‘Safe On Country and In Culture’ event. 

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Keeping Aboriginal Children Safe On Country and In Culture

The importance of keeping Aboriginal children and young people in out-of-home care connected to family, community and country was the central focus of an AbSec and ACWA co-hosted event, ‘Safe On Country and In Culture’, which was held in Sydney on Friday 9 June. The event, which was delivered as part of the Fostering NSW Recruitment of […]

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Special Event: Safe – On Country and In Culture

AbSec, ACWA and Fostering NSW are hosting the special event, ‘Safe: On Country and In Culture‘, on June 9 to continue the conversation about the over-representation of Aboriginal children in out-of-home care, and explore ideas for raising awareness about the need for Aboriginal kinship and foster carers to care for Aboriginal kids at times when […]

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Family Finding Workshop

ACWA is currently taking registrations for the Family Finding Boot Camp to be facilitated by Kevin Campbell. The workshop is being offered at a greatly reduced cost for ACWA members only. About the Workshop The Family Finding model, developed by Kevin Campbell, offers methods and strategies to locate and engage relatives of children currently living […]

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