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CONTRIBUTING TO SOCIAL POLICY AND SECTOR IMPROVEMENT In 2016-2017 Relationships Australia SA was active in social policy and human services improvement by contributing submissions on policy and legislative changes, participating in conferences, producing publications and creating new media. Success Indicators: Service outcomes are researched and results are published. A contribution to social policy is made. Submissions Brinkworth, L. & Ralfs, C. (2017). Submission regarding the Children and Young People (Safety) Bill 2016 (SA). Unpublished. Earles, R. & Ralfs, C. (2017). Response to the Public Consultation Paper detailing the proposed amendments to the Family Law Act 1975. Retrieved: https://www. ag.gov.au/Consultations/Documents/ amendments-family-law-act-respond- to-family-violence/relationships- australia-south-australia.pdf Main, J. & Ralfs, C. (2016). Response to Royal Commissioner Nyland’s Child Protection Systems Royal Commission report: ‘The life they deserve’. Unpublished. International Conferences Lee, J. & Ralfs, C. (2017, June). Getting beyond ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell, won’t know’ – the implementation of universal screening after parental separation to prevent harm to children and families. Paper presented at the 7th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Oudih, E. (2016, July). Addressing HIV stigma and discrimination: an important public health priority to prevent HIV in newly-arrived CALD populations in South Australia. Presentation to the AIDS Conference. Durban, South Africa. Rohrsheim, D. (2016, August). Child Focused Practice Online: Changing paradigms and building capacity to meet the needs of children. Presentation to the International Child and Youth Care Network together with International Federation of Educative Communities. Vienna, Austria. Wells, Y., McIntosh, J.E. & Lee, J. (2017, June). A large scale validation of the Family Law DOORS: A universal screening framework for identifying and responding to family-wide risks after parental separation. Poster presented at the 7th World Congress on Family Law and Children’s Rights, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. National conferences, seminars, presentations Bromfield, L., Salveron & M., Main, J. (2017, May). Strengthening what works for children: Aligning target group, theory of change, and program components to outcomes [Webinar]. Retrieved from https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/events/ strengthening-what-works-children- aligning-target-group-theory-change- and-program-components Couper, C. & Conrick, J. (2017, April). Forced adoption webinar: Providing support through search, contact and reunion [Webinar]. Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.au/ forced-adoption/training/search- contact-reunion Flint, J. (2016, November). “Dear Diary”: The Journey from Co-Lo to AWS, Part I. Presentation to the Adelaide AWS (Amazon Web Services) Meetup Group. Adelaide, South Australia. Contribute to a Better World | Relationships Australia SA Annual Report 2016 -2017 81