Child Protection needs a collective impact approach

The conversation is growing about Collective Impact in Australia.

Here’s a great blog published on ProBono Australia’s website about why a Collective Impact approach might transform outcomes for children and families interacting with the child protection system.  A great read.

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About Kerry Graham and Dawn O'Neil

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