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29 August 2018

National Risk Assessment Principles for domestic and family violence: Companion resource: A summary of the evidence-base supporting the development and implementation of the National Risk Assessment Principles for domestic and family violence

This review provides a summary of the evidence-base for the National Risk Assessment Principles for domestic and family violence through examining Australian and international peer-reviewed research, government reports and inquiries, domestic violence death review reports as well as community-based research and resources.

10 April 2018

Create position paper: Stigma in out-of-home care

This position paper from Create details the evidence that children and young people in out-of-home care face significant stigma. These children and young people often report feeling bullied, excluded and treated differently from their peers. Others' expectations of children and young people in care are lower than for other children. Hence poor outcomes can become a self-fulfilling prophesy, which reinforces others' negative perceptions.

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