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Blue Knot Foundation is the leading national organisation working to improve the lives of the five million (1 in 4) Australian adults who are survivors of childhood trauma, including abuse. 

Blue Knot Foundation support survivors, their families and communities through professional phone counselling, information and resources, advocacy and educational workshops. 

Blue Knot Foundation  deliver professional development training, group supervision and consultancy for workers, organisations and practitioners working with survivors.


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Professional Development Training  Blue Knot Foundation is a recognised leader nationally in trauma-informed, vicarious trauma and clinical complex trauma training. See our list of training options now.


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Anthony Foster: An Incredible Ambassador & Advocate

Blue Knot Foundation was devastated to hear of Anthony Foster’s death. We send our deepest sympathy to Chrissie and her family at this tragic time, and welcome the State funeral in Victoria as much-deserved recognition of Anthony’s selfless efforts to make Australia safer for children.


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Anthony Foster: A colossus between sex abuse victims and the church
The following is a powerful tribute to Anthony Foster.
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Child abuse royal commission: Justice McClellan warns churches to change or risk illegitimacy

Every major Australian church has been cautioned to better protect children or risk illegitimacy. In a speech to the National Council of Churches, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse chairman Justice Peter McClellan urged religious leaders to act on his recommendations.


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National child sex abuse redress scheme gets Budget allocation
The Federal Budget has allocated $33.4 million to the setting up of the national redress scheme for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. Supporters of the scheme have welcomed the funding and are urging the states, churches and charities to opt-in to the scheme.
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