Good afternoon, due to unforeseen circumstances surrounding COVID. The scheduled working bee and sausage sizzle at the Australian Orphanage Museum on Friday the 26th has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. 25/11/21
The National Redress Scheme and Direct Personal Response Overlook Care Leavers, below is Clans Submission 16/11/21: Submission into the Direct Personal Response Overlook of Care Leavers
Please go to our ABOUT section to find CLANs 2020-2021 Annual Report. 12/11/21
CLAN is currently seeking to employ a part time curator at the Australian Orphanage Museum in Geelong. For job description & further information regarding the opportunity please email firstname.lastname@example.org thank you. Job closes 5pm 22/10/21
Attention all Clannies, could you please endeavour to send back your completed Survey forms as soon as possible. Much appreciated.
CLAN Member Carol will appear on ABC television tonight at 7pm EST 23/06/21, for an interview about Redress and the funder of last resort. Please tune in to hear her story.
Benjamin Perkins is a care leaver that now works for the United nations. He was penned a fantastic blog post about his experience growing up in an Orphanage. Read the full story here: Benjamin Perkins: “Because I Grew Up In An Orphanage”
A few articles have been published about the relocation of the Australian Orphanage Museum (opening 2021). See them here: Geelong Addy BayFM
15 December 2020 saw the third anniversary of the Royal Commission into child sexual abuse and related matters in Australia. The final report was presented to Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, detailing the culmination of a five year inquiry For more information about the Royal Commission, visit this page.
Click here to read about the Comission of Inquiry announced on the 23rd of November 2020 by The Honourable Peter Gutwein MP, Premier of Tasmania. The Inquiry will commence in early 2021 and is expected to take approximately 12 months to complete.
Exciting news! At long last the Australian Orphanage Museum will have a permanent home in Geelong. The Museum will be moving in the near future to a lovely new home at 351 Ryrie St, Geelong. Click here for the press release and more information.