Jennifer Lehmann, La Trobe University, Australia
Children Australia links policy, research and practice related to children, young people and their families across the spectrum of human services. It takes a multi-disciplinary approach and provides an opportunity for direct practice staff, other professionals, researchers in agency settings, academics, and higher degree students to contribute to scholarly research, information and debate of Australian and international significance. It is highly relevant to a wide readership, including academics, administrators, teachers, students and all professionals working in human services fields. The focus of the journal is to contribute to improved well-being for children, young people and their families.