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Remembering a survivor of institutional abuse

Bob was abused in Homes in Qld from 1959 to 1964. He died waiting for redress.

Oral History Projects

Listening to people who experienced care provides deep insights into life in the child welfare system.

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

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.

Real Care the Second Time Around

The Real Care the Second Time Around Project is addressing the needs of people who were in care as children as they enter aged care

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.

Victorian Stolen Generations Reparations Design Consultation

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

Spanish flu

Before COVID-19, Spanish flu tore through the world’s population, threatening children in institutional care in Australia.

Lost Innocents

For child migrants, records can be kept across Homes, organisations, and continents, all with their own rules.

Own Your Story, Own Your Mob, Mob Owns You – Re-authoring the colonial archive

Guest Post: “The colonial archive continues to have a disempowering impact on our people whose lives have been extensively documented and controlled for the purposes of surveillance and dispossession.”

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