Knowledge Circle's discussion forum allows you to share and build upon your knowledge and experience in working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families and communities.

You can engage in discussions with your peers, comment on our content, find articles on current issues, read summaries of important research and reports, and discover what's new in the field.

If you have a new topic that you'd like to introduce to Knowledge Circle, please start a discussion or contribute a short article to help generate discussion on a topic of your choice.

Click the discussion topics below to see what is being discussed and how they might help you in your work.

Please read our user guidelines before joining or initiating a discussion.

Further information

Knowledge Circle aims to highlight stories about  "what works" to help protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

We recognise the high degree of disadvantage in many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the negative impact this disadvantage has on children and families. However, Knowledge Circle focuses on how services and program providers respond to this disadvantage, particularly in terms of delivering positive outcomes that improve the safety and wellbeing of children.

To access information or other discussion forums relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disadvantage more broadly, see our resources page to help guide you to the information you need.