National Research Agenda for Protecting Children (2011)


National Research Agenda for Protecting Children


Aim of publication

This National Research Agenda has been developed to identify research opportunities and priorities and expand the evidence base around issues in Australia relevant to protecting children from abuse and neglect.

The National Research Agenda is one of the main priority actions under the National Framework for Protecting Australia's Children 2009-2020 (the National Framework).

Who is it for?

This publication is intended for use by government to help inform future policy development.  It is also intended for use by academics and practitioners to stimulate research, partnerships and collaboration in the child protection sector, and for individuals who work with children.

What does it cover?

This publication was developed to assist governments, researchers and funders to find a better way of working together.  It looks at areas where information is currently lacking and encourages a more efficient and cohesive effort in order to find that information.

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