Abuse in Care: Ministry of Social Development fronts royal commission as first witnesses take the stand
Public Service minister Chris Hipkins addresses the interim report of findings by the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in State and Faith-based Care Interview by Minister in link:
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
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
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
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