Authors

Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP)

Background

A resource guide for community controlled organisations working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.

QATSICPP would like to acknowledge and give our heartfelt thanks to all of the young people who shared with us their voice and knowledge to help make this guide: Dereece Gray, Gullara McInnes, Harriet Goodall, Jacinta Keyes-Lively, Jackmann Yasso, Jayden Mason, Jaylen Wikmunea, Jarvelin Fogarty, Maurice S, Reggi Yasso, Simeon Mays, Skye Bliss, Tanika Kirk, Walanbarra Yanner.

We would also like to express our gratitude to all of the parents, carers and family members who supported these young people to take part in the Solid Voices of tomorrow project.

We would like to acknowledge the support of the following organisations and individuals who supported the project in some way shape or form; Natalie Lewis and the Queensland Family and Child Commission, Paul Testro, the Murri School (Kim), REFOCUS (Tom and Rommi), Wuchopperen (Tanya and Anthony), Mulungu (Jenny),our QATSICPP Members from around the state(qatsicpp.com.au/about-us/our-members), QAIHC, Jagera Community Hall, Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good (Merrissa), Queensland Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (Jessie), Transitions to Success (Ben, Troy, Peter), Flexichoice (Jacob), Blackcard Cultural Tours (Cassy), Marnee Shay, Annmarie Keating and Dylan Mooney.