Two people who are part of a review team into an out-of-home care provider looking after six Tasmanian children will them in the Northern Territory.
The head of Many Colours 1 Direction, Allan Brahminy, has been under scrutiny recently in relation to his practices and his personal background.
This had led to calls from Labor and the Greens for the government to withdraw from the program and bring the Tasmanian children involved back home.
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A Communities Tasmania spokesman said the deputy secretary Mandy Clarke would be accompanied by an experienced child safety practitioner.
"Both individuals have relevant work experience backgrounds in working with vulnerable children and child safety matters," he said.
Labor child safety spokesman Josh Willie said that the government had left the young people in the program while there were serious allegations against Mr Brahminy was reprehensible.
"The review should be independent and clearly it is nothing more than political cover for [Human Services Minister] Roger Jaensch," he said.
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