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First Nations Children's Report

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First Nations Children's Report

The First Nations Children's Report showcases the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families, who are thriving despite the challenges of structural racism and the impacts of colonialism.

First Nations children and young people thrive when they can fully enjoy their right to family, community, culture, and Country. The report demonstrates their strength and resilience and shows the positive outcomes that are possible when their rights are upheld.

The report celebrates stories of strong First Nations children and young people, their families and communities in the areas of health and emotional wellbeing; safety and home environment; learning and skills and economic empowerment; and culture and connection.

We will continue to celebrate First Nations sovereignty and strength by collecting and adding more stories to this website.