CPPAQ's Priorities

The priorities of the Child Protection Practitioners Association of Queensland are to:

  • Enhance collaborative professional relationships and practice in the child protection and legal system through networking and information sharing.

  • Support multidisciplinary professional development relevant to child protection law, policy and practice.

  • Encourage the involvement of highly skilled and specialist practitioners in child protection work.

  • Promote awareness and use of high quality research across all disciplines in the child protection system.

  • Lobby for the establishment and adequate funding of legal mechanisms to enable all children, young people and their families to have  access to justice.

  • Advocate for systemic improvement in child protection law, policy and practice.

    The Association is strongly supportive of the decision to publish decisions of the Childrens Court of Queensland on the Supreme Court of Queensland Library’s website:
    www.sclqld.org.au/qchc/
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