Improving Justice and Support for Young Victims of Crime, South Australia
On 10 November 2015 the Victim Support Service in partnership with Anglicare hosted the “Improving Justice and Support for Child and Adolescent Victims of Crime” Conference.
At this event a diverse group of representatives from across the non-government and government sectors with an interest in supporting young victims of crime met to hear experts in the field talk about the quality and extent of support for young victims of crime and to consider and discuss what should be done to address the issues. democracyCo facilitated the conference, and you can read the report here.
Are you interested in how our democracy works? And want to help be part of making it work better? Register to be part of our Deliberative Army, all committed to working with government to develop public policy.
democracyCo’s work is undertaken on the lands of Australia’s First Nations People.
For millennia, you as the ancestors have been guardians of this Country and we deeply respect and acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging.
As we collaborate together, democracyCo will look to Australia’s First Nations people, the world’s oldest living culture, for guidance that will help sustain our connection to Country and inform the work that we do to bring people together.
Our work is in service to Reconciliation and to moving forward together.
We acknowledge that we have much work to do.