"Inside: Life in Children's Homes and Institutions" opened 15 November, 2011 at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra. Here are some photographs from the event, taken by George Serras.
Join the Forgotten Australians' rally in Canberra on the second anniversary of the National Apology to Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants.
Forgotten Australian Diane Mancuso, who recently re-connected with her UK-based sister, shares a poem about her family's history, written by her nephew, Simon Houlders.
Listen to the interview with Forgotten Australian Rosie Klohs and her brother Bill, reunited after 53 years.
Josephine Littlehawk generously donated her scrapbook to the National Museum of Australia. It contains photographs and memorabilia relating to her childhood at St Joseph's Orphanage Goulburn and recent inquiries, apologies and memorials.
Juanita Maria Burr, nee Broderick, was a resident of Nudgee Orphanage, Queensland, from 1944 (the year of her birth) to 1961. Here she shares a recollection, including photos of her singing at the World Expo, 1988, Brisbane.
Catholic Health Australia chief executive officer Martin Laverty says that he is prepared to apologise to the victims of forced adoptions, according to a recent report.
Journalist Neena Bhandari discusses the needs of Forgotten Australians and former Child Migrants in her article 'Forgotten Australians Demand More Than Apologies'.
Leigh Westin, who grew up in Scarba House and Parramatta Girls Home, is sewing a memorial entitled "No More Silent Tears for Forgotten Australians". The memorial is comprised of a large panel of handkerchiefs each decorated by those who spent time in a Children's Home or institution.
Listen to an interview with Dr Michael Davey, former ward of the state and author of 'Journey of Hope', on ABC Radio National.