Their Futures Matter
Their Futures Matter is both a whole-of-government reform and a cross-agency implementation unit. The Unit is responsible for the NSW Government’s landmark reform to deliver improved outcomes for vulnerable children and families. We represent a whole-of-government reform approach, bringing together people from across the NSW Government.
The Advocate for Children & Young People
The Advocate for Children and Young People is an independent statutory office reporting to the NSW Parliament through the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Children and Young People. The office is established under the Advocate for Children and Young People Act 2014. Mr Andrew Johnson was appointed as the Advocate on 9 January 2015. The Advocate for Children and Young People is supported by a small team in the Department of Family and Community Services.
Accountability Matters Project
Domestic Violence NSW
Domestic Violence NSW is the peak, statewide representative body for a diverse range of specialist domestic and family violence services in New South Wales. Operating from a feminist, social justice perspective we work to improve the spectrum of policy, legislative and program responses to domestic and family violence (DFV) and to eliminate DFV through leadership in advocacy, partnerships and the promotion of good practice.
We believe in a future where innovation benefits all, and companies exist to provide value for society, not just their shareholders. We believe in a society where under-served communities have equal access to learning opportunities that empower them to elevate their livelihoods.We help companies and organisations put purpose and social responsibility at the core of their business through highly practical learning programs.
The Lokahi Foundation was formed in 2016 by Rachael Natoli after leaving a long-term abusive relationship. Lokaki aim to provide victim-survivors of domestic and family abuse with on ground specialised support through ongoing case management, allowing them to regain their independence and freedom physically, emotionally, practically and financially. We want to empower women to reclaim their lives and reach their full potential.
A specialist trauma-focused organisation, KidsXpress was established in 2005 to support children aged 4-14yrs who’ve been impacted by Adverse Childhood Experiences such as sexual abuse, violence, neglect, grief and illness. Through the delivery of Expressive Therapy and Education Programs, KidsXpress is today leading the way in early-intervention, children’s mental health services and helping to create a future all children deserve.
KU Children's Services
KU is contributing to an Australia where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, children and families feel a sense of belonging and strong connections with community and country; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ cultural identity is respected and they are comfortable in their surroundings; and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are recognised and nurtured as the creators, thinkers and doers of today and tomorrow.