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CEHM, what’s been and what’s to come.

Here’s the place to catch up with what’s been happening at CEHM, and get involved in what’s to come.

Care Experienced History Month

“It’s not always about the worst, sometimes we really need to keep that balance with good stuff”

Without Consent

Adoption record
The Without Consent exhibition, documenting the practice of Forced Adoption in Australia, enters its final months.

10th Anniversary of the National Apology – Events

pinTo mark the 10th Anniversary of the National Apology, Find & Connect services around the country are holding events, listed here

What do you think of Find & Connect?

usabilitytestingiconThere’s not much time left to have your say into the future of findandconnect.gov.au. Take 10 minutes to do our 5 question survey & show us what works (& what doesn’t).
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It’s bye to blogJune

We’re at the end of blogJune! Find links to all our stories, let us know what you’ve liked (or didn’t like) & if you haven’t yet, get cracking on the site survey
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Reblog – That’s what happened to me

“Following reports that every child in detention in the NT is Aboriginal, this is a reblog of a piece first published 2 years ago, after Four Corners first aired its investigation into Don Dale”
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Dispersed Records, Displaced Children

The different types of movements, changes and dislocations that children experienced while in ‘care’, impacted on the creation of, and later access to, their records
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Revisiting the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody

Reading the reports from the deaths in custody Royal Commission, there are many ideas which still resonate today – about access to archival records, about the intergenerational legacy of institutionalisation, about justice.
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The Foundling Museum, London

Babies, usually from unwed mothers, were handed in to the Foundling Hospital until 1954. They were registered with a number & given a new name to disguise any connections to their birth families.
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