Former Child Migrant Rupert Hewison shares his personal history, from his time at St. Faith's Home in Surry, UK to his being sent to Fairbridge House ‘Tresca’ in Tasmania.
"Institutional abuse does not stop when we age out of the system". Former Senator Andrew Murray shares the essay that he co-authored with Dr Marilyn Rock "The Enduring Legacy of Growing Up In Care in 20th Century Australia".
Listen to Alliance for Forgotten Australians' Chair, Caroline Carroll, talk, on SBS Radio, about the 'dark secret' of Australia's history that she argues should be included in Australia's national curriculum.
Read the letter from Superintendent of Quarrier's Homes, Scotland to Former Child Migrant, Hugh McGowan's mother asking for her permission to send her son to Australia.
'Where the little inmates are permitted to grow up natural and normal human beings.' 'Inside' assistant curator Karolina Kilian came across a 1933 'Australian Women's Weekly' article about the Church of England Homes for Children.
NSW Greens MP David Shoebridge will move to amend the Roman Catholic Church Trust Property Act so that victims have access to just compensation.
Maureen Redding discussed the subject of Forgotten Australians with Michael Daley, MP, Member for Maroubra. As a result, last Thursday, in the NSW Legislative Assembly, Michael Daley argued in favour of Royal Commission and a national reparation fund for Forgotten Australians.
Sally Pryor, from 'The Canberra Times', reported on last week's talk by Alfred Fletcher, author of 'Brutal', at the National Museum of Australia.
Should every day be an R U OK Day? R U OK? is a non-profit Australian organisation which aims to provide a national focus and leadership on suicide prevention.
The Queensland Government has published key findings from consultations, beginning in 2000, with Forgotten Australians.