Children’s Rights Report 2014 to the Australian Human Rights Commission

Posted on Mar 4, 2016

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The National Children’s Commissioner included the Uti Kulintjaku ‘Words for feelings map’ in her Children’s Rights Report 2014 to the Australian Human Rights Commission. The Commissioner writes, “Language barriers can also be problematic for children and young people seeking assistance” (p. 89). She went on to write about the ‘Words for feelings map’ as being “an impressive guide developed to help Aboriginal children and young people talk about mental health” (p. 89). The ‘Words for feelings map’ is featured in full, on p. 90 of this report.