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On 16 November 2009 the Australian Parliament made a formal apology to Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants.
Berry Street welcomes the Government’s commitment to bring in a State-wide pre-plea diversion system through the Children’s Court.
Berry Street carer, Wendy Henry, has received the 2014 Robin Clark Memorial Award, Aboriginal Carer of the Year, for her exceptional efforts as a foster
The stories of some of Victoria’s most vulnerable children and young people will be told, in their own words, with the launch of the HEARTCORE book.
‘That’s when it went downhill. I started to get bullied again; I could cope with that easy. I had experienced worse.’
The beginning of Term 2 this year marked the blossoming of a new partnership between Growing Together Baw Baw and the Berry Street School in Morwell.
Berry Street response to Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) Child Protection Report (2012/2013)
Sandie de Wolf, CEO Berry Street:
Over 75,000 cases of children affected by abuse have been reported throughout the state of Victoria this year, children’s charity Berry Street highlights today.
Almost 80% of Victorians consider that the level of financial reimbursements provided to Victoria’s foster carers is ‘unfair,’ shows a poll released today by children’s charity,