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Reblog: Improving Records Access for Stolen Generations

In NAIDOC week, improving records access for Stolen Generations should be a priority for archives everywhere. This training is still available, just as important as it was when first posted in 2021, and provided free.

Improving Records Access for Stolen Generations

The Healing Foundation has developed training that will improve records access for Stolen Generations in collaboration with experts, including Find & Connect

Victorian Stolen Generations Reparations Design Consultation

The Stolen Generations Steering Committee are inviting Stolen Generations and family to yarn about a Reparations package

“The Stolen Generations never stopped”

tn_Sorry-Stolen-Generations In 2008, then Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivered an apology to the Stolen Generations. Many thought that this would be a momentous step toward reconciliation and a fresh start for Aboriginal Australians.
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Farewell Uncle Jack Charles

Revered Elder Uncle Jack Charles leaves a powerful legacy that will continue to impact on our country for many years to come.

Being Believed

Personal stories of people who spent time in care are incredibly powerful. Here’s one about the impact of telling your story, and being believed.

Wrap Up – Care Experienced History Month

Care Experienced History Month is over for another year. Here are some of the highlights.

The Life Stories Project is Wrapping Up

A project that documents the stories of people who spent time in care, in their own words & on their own terms, is coming to a close.

Home Run

As the 2022 Olympics come to a close, here’s a look at sports in Homes and children who participated in them.

Westbrook Boys Breakout

A mass breakout at Westbrook Farm Home brought attention to the brutal conditions endured by the boys 60 years ago this May.

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