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We engage and partner in line with the values of partnership and participation in the Framework for Practice. We build collaborative working relationships and use our authority respectfully and thoughtfully. We use our skills in the development of effective working relationships.
We work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations in line with the elements of partnership and participation in the Child Placement Principle.
— ensuring the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community representatives in:
- service design
- service delivery
- individual case decisions.
— ensuring the participation of children, parents and family members in decisions regarding the safety belonging and wellbeing of their children.
We value our partnerships with peak bodies and their members in Queensland, including:
- Create — children and young people
- Family Inclusion Network (FIN) — parents
- Queensland Foster and Kinship Care (QFKC) — carers
- PeakCare - non-government organisations delivering of child protection, out-of-home care and related services.
- Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP).
In providing services to vulnerable children and families in Queensland, we work together with other government agencies to provide priority services, especially:
- Queensland Family and Child Commission
- Justice (Office of the Public Guardian, Director of Child Protection Litigation)
- Youth Justice
To develop better outcomes for children and families, we engage collaboratively with stakeholders including:
- SCAN teams
- High Risk Teams for Domestic and Family Violence.
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