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Implementing the reforms

The Queensland Government and non-government sectors - including peak bodies, service providers and communities - are working in partnership to plan, design and deliver a range of reforms that will collectively build a new child protection and family support system for Queensland.

These reforms implement the 121 recommendations in the Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry's final report.

The reform agenda also includes new actions and initiatives to further enhance outcomes for Queensland children, families and communities.

These new actions and initiatives are primarily aimed at:

  • addressing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander over-representation
  • strengthening our focus on prevention and early intervention
  • supporting and building on domestic and family violence reform.

The key priorities for the reform program during 2016 and 2017, including new actions and initiatives, are outlined in Supporting Families Changing Futures: Advancing Queensland’s child protection and family support reforms (PDF, 519 KB) Supporting Families Changing Futures: Advancing Queensland’s child protection and family support reforms (RTF, 69 KB).

The reforms focus on achieving the following strategic directions.

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