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Read the December 2018 edition of our clubCREATE magazines
Read CREATE's Youth Justice Report
Donate to CREATE today to help us continue helping children and young people in care
Join clubCREATE today to connect to CREATE and others in out of home care
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CREATE Foundation is the national consumer body representing the voices of children and young people with an out-of-home care experience. We run programs and services across all Australian states and territories for children and young people in foster care, kinship care, and residential care. Our research reports and articles, submissions and policy development allow us to advocate for a better care system.

At CREATE, we believe that to improve the care system, we need to listen to the people who have experienced the system firsthand. This is why youth participation is the foundation of our advocacy. Everything we do is shaped by the voices of children and young people with a care experience.

To read our research reports, see Publications. Or visit Who We Are or What We Do to find out more about CREATE.


CREATE’s new patron: ‘We need to listen to ...

3 Jan 2019Read more.

Helping young people find hope: Jayden’s call for ...

14 Jan 2019Read more.

Our clubCREATE members share their spooky stories!

14 Dec 2018Read more.


Adoption is not a panacea

28 Nov 2018Read more.

CREATE puts forward ongoing concerns about NSW adoption laws

20 Nov 2018Read more.

T2i Month in Qld: transitioning from foster care to successful independent living

2 Nov 2018Read more.

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@CREATEfnd5 hrs, 40 mins

“The hate in my head is getting quiet as culture and connection get loud and strong. Culture keeps me afloat, keeps me alive. I want other young ones to feel that too, know the strength of who they are by feeling life in the dirt under their feet and the breath through the trees above them.”The Koorie Youth Council in Victoria have released their powerful new report: Ngaga-Dji (Hear Me). The voices of Aboriginal young people are at the forefront, talking about their experiences with youth justice systems, trauma, and facing discrimination, but also the healing power of culture. Several recommendations are made guided by Aboriginal people’s right to self-determination, the importance of listening to young people, and embedding connection to culture, family, Elders and communities in solutions to address the overrepresentation of Aboriginal young people in youth justice systems. Learn more here: https://www.ngaga-djiproject.org.au/

CREATE Foundation
@CREATEfnd5 hrs, 33 mins

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