Premier and Cabinet director concedes slow uptake of program for parents who fear children are being ‘radicalised’

A multimillion dollar government hotline for parents who fear their children are being “radicalised” only received “around five phone calls” in the two months after it launched.

Announced in June by the New South Wales minister for counter-terrorism, David Elliot, the Step Together program cost $3.9m over three years.

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