Children's care rights not being met, commissioner says

By Ethan James
Updated November 29 2023 - 5:15pm, first published 5:12pm
A new case management model fails to uphold rights of young people, a top Tasmanian advocate says. (Joe Castro/AAP PHOTOS)
A new case management model fails to uphold rights of young people, a top Tasmanian advocate says. (Joe Castro/AAP PHOTOS)

Some children in out-of-home care in Tasmania were not regularly visited by safety officers after a shift to a case management policy which violated their rights, a peak advocate says.

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