Growing Up in Queensland
We're asking young people what it's like growing up in Queensland during COVID-19. If you're aged 13 to 18, have your say before 31 October 2021.
When things are tough, it can be hard to know what support is out there. Oneplace brings together more than 56,000 services into one easy search directory to help you find local services.
We don't expect kids to be perfect and we don't expect parents to be perfect either. Let's navigate the ins and outs of parenting together.
A child-rights approach to systemic accountability for the safety and wellbeing of Queensland’s First Nations children. Read the report here.
Changing the sentence
In 2019, the Director-General of the then Department of Youth Justice asked the QFCC to conduct oversight of youth justice initiatives and examine options to inform future youth justice systems and processes. Read the findings here.
Families are First
The Families are First movement explores, celebrates and shares over 60,000 years of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parenting wisdom to raise children to thrive in a strong community.
16 year trend review
Read the Counting lives, changing patterns: Findings from the Queensland Child Death Register 2004-2019 report here.