Program promotes child wellbeing and prevents crime

Professor Ross Homel and his team developed the ground-breaking CREATE model which helps build children's capacity.
Arts Education Law
A community development program for disadvantaged children and young people aimed at boosting child wellbeing and preventing crime is proving the adage ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. Communities for Children, a national program for children and families in 52 disadvantaged areas and run by the Department for Social Services, uses a ground-breaking […]

Children’s wellbeing drives new research

Griffith University is a major contributor to a research project aimed at improving the wellbeing of children in disadvantaged communities. A multi-faceted academic, social and political partnership, Griffith’s input will be led by Professor Ross Homel (Director of the Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance) and include representatives from the schools of Criminology […]