Experts say having Aboriginal guardianship means children in out-of-home care are more likely to be safely reunited with their families

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Victoria has announced a record $47.3m in funding to support Indigenous children in the child protection system following a landmark agreement to ensure community control over children placed into out-of-home care.

It has also announced $10.8m to fund dedicated diversion programs and support services for Indigenous children in youth detention.

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