Gabbi Rose shares photographs from the reunion of former inmates of the Winlaton Youth Training Centre, held at Open Place, Melbourne, on 29 October, 2011.
Wings for Survivors provided the National Museum with information concerning the petition to save the Ballarat Orphanage site.
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.
Maureen Cuskelly shares some detailed recollections of her experiences at St Aidan's, Bendigo, where she lived from the age of eight to 17.
Michelle Greaves grew up with her twin brother in Darling Babies Home and St John's Home for Boys and Girls, Victoria. Here she shares her paintings.
'Iconducted an archaelogical excavation of my past ...' Listen to Margaret Spivey talk about her autobiography 'Defying the Gatekeeper: One Girl's True Story of Resistance and Rebellion'.
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.
The University of Melbourne, in 2009, acknowledged its prior use of children in orphanages as human guinea-pigs in medical research in 2009. Read Tom Thompson's recollections of men in white coats giving him injections at a Children's Home in Parkville, VIC.
Read the Catholic 'Record' newspaper's report of the arrival of young Oliver Cosgrove, one of 65 children on board the SS 'New Australia' in 1953.
Alan Bowles, who grew up in a Salvation Army Home, shares the song he wrote and performed at the unveiling of the Victorian memorial to Forgotten Australians, in Melbourne on 25 October 2010.