Contents for Every Child Vol. 17 No. 2


Cultural competence—assuring individuality is integral to equity, fairness and social justice—Alison Elliott

Guest statement

Children’s positioning in society—Bishop Eugene Hurley


Developing a space for belonging—Carmel Richardson

Belonging in remote communities—Alison Elliott

Giving Muslim children a sense of belonging in early childhood environments—Somayeh Ba Akhlagh

Cultural competency—A reflection on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inclusion—Jo Goodwin

So much more than childcare—Megan Layton

A glimpse of early childhood policy and practice in one province of South Africa—Linda Newman

Understanding and working with Chinese families in early childhood settings—Yvonne Yoke Yin Chan

Settling and supporting newly arrived families into an early childhood service—Leonie Bourke


Cultural competence—A national perspective—Sandra Prouse

Community Child Care’s role in the provision of professional support to Indigenous childcare services—Barbara Romeril


Catering to diversity—Toni Robb

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander KidsMatter Early Childhood Social and Emotional Wellbeing initiative—Jade Fraser

Professional development

Discovering cultural connections—Karen Shackell


Interview with Teresa Hutchins—Margaret Sims


Cultural competence: An ethical perspective—Catharine Hydon


Exploring relationships between parents and early childhood educators—Pat Jewell


Health care in child care—Debra Kay

Book reviews

Growin’ up strong teacher resource book & CD

Children’s resilience: Working with the Early Years Learning Framework

The Rainbow Book

For you are a Kenyan child

Fridge door

What’s happening?

ECA sustainability and global warming links

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