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Child Information Sharing Scheme Ministerial Guidelines

Child Information Sharing Scheme Ministerial Guidelines

By Family Law Section

Child Welfare Young Persons 

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The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) has prepared a submission to the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Education and Training in regard to the Child Information Sharing Scheme Ministerial Guidelines.

The submission supports the purpose of the Child Information Sharing Scheme to protect vulnerable Victorian children and families by improving information sharing practices. However, the submission further focuses on the importance of mitigating against unintended effects, such as increased risk to families, children and young people, or the violation of rights, particularly in relation to children's right to privacy. 
 
Read the submission here (PDF) 

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