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See ‘Sleeplessness’ at Carriageworks, Eveleigh NSW for $25 (RRP $50) – Care Leaver’s daughter writes a play

A CLAN member’s daughter, Kaz Therese has developed a play – Sleeplessness. Part-mystery, part-documentary, part-forensic investigation. Sleeplessness is a quintessentially Australian story about three generations of Western Sydney women. Fusing film, text and choreography, this acclaimed contemporary practitioner throws a fine light on the intergenerational impact of institutionalisation and migration. OnRead More

22 years ago: the first published media article CLAN was ever featured in!

It’s been nearly 22 years since CLAN was first published in the media. On 14 October 2000, Good Weekend magazine published “The anguish of being left: Stories of life in Australia’s children’s homes”, written by Nikki Barrowclough. CLAN Co-founders Joanna Penglase and Leonie Sheedy are both featured. Read the fullRead More

Tania Maxwell MP asks why there is no redress scheme for ALL abused Care Leavers in VIC

Source: http://taniamaxwell.com.au/abused-care-leavers-deserve-redress/ Thank you Tania Maxwell MP for bringing this important issue to parliament and asks why the State has not yet provided a redress scheme for care leavers who experienced physical, psychological and emotional abuse while in Victorian orphanages. “In the absence of commonwealth action, as with other redressRead More

Public Holiday in Melbourne – Monday 14/03

Attention Clannies, it is a public holiday in Melbourne on Monday 14/03/22 if you require any assistance, please contact us on 1800 007 774 and our Sydney office will be able to help you.

The Clanicle #141: newsletter now available

11/03/2022 If you’re a Clannie i.e. a CLAN member, you should be receiving the latest Clanicle soon!

Upcoming Parramatta Girls Home Memorial Details

The Parramatta Girls Memorial details below of where and when, if you would like to attend: When: Wednesday, 6 April 2022 at 10.50 am for an 11am start Where: 1 Fleet Street, North Parramatta 04/03/21