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‘Forgotten Australians’ and ‘Lost Innocents’: child ...

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In August 2004 the committee released the first report, Forgotten Australians: a report on Australians who experienced institutional or out-of-home care as children. This report documented in detail the role played by governments, religious groups and others in the institutional care of children in Australia; the types of abuse experienced; the lifelong impacts of care; and some of the ...

Forgotten Australians: A report on Australians who ...

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Forgotten Australians: A report on Australians who experienced institutional or out-of-home care as children

Lost Innocents and Forgotten Australians Revisited ...

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Forgotten Australians Recommendation 1 Forgotten Australians Recommendation 2 Reparation and redress schemes Implementation State redress schemes Redress through the religious schemes Judicial Reviews and Royal Commission : CHAPTER 3 - SERVICES, RECORDS AND SUPPORT GROUPS : Delivery of services Identification and access to records

CHAPTER 5 – Parliament of Australia

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FORGOTTEN AUSTRALIANS. 5.1 This chapter provides a complete listing of the recommendations of the Forgotten Australians report and the government responses. Recommendations that were not considered in chapters 2 and 3 are also addressed in this chapter. 5.2 Many of the recommendations set out below did not attract extensive comment or evidence through the course of the inquiry. There are a ...

Footnotes – Parliament of Australia

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Some submitters to the inquiry have used the term ‘Forgotten Australians’ to refer to the same group. See also Mr Frank Golding, Submission 102, p. 1. Senate Community Affairs Committee, Forgotten Australians: A report on Australians who experienced institutional or out-of-home care as children, August 2004, pp 199-210 and 212.

Tabling Speeches – Parliament of Australia

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On 30 August 2004 the committee tabled its report Forgotten Australians. That was a special day. It marked a watershed for many Australians who had spent their childhood in orphanages and institutions across Australia. I am sure that all senators will remember the emotion charged atmosphere in this chamber and in the galleries on the day that

Completed Inquiries 2002-04 – Parliament of Australia

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Forgotten Australians - A report on Australians who experienced institutional or out-of-home care as children: 30 August 2004: Report on Hepatitis C and the blood supply in Australia: 17 June 2004: A hand up not a hand out: Renewing the fight against poverty - Report on poverty and financial hardship: 11 March 2004 : Participation Requirements and Penalties: 25 September 2002: The Patient ...

Protecting vulnerable children: A national challenge ...

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Responses by some Churches and agencies to Forgotten Australians Anglican Church Australian Catholic Bishops Conference Benevolent Society Uniting Church in Australia Further information on matters discussed in Forgotten Australians Legacy homes and repatriation wards Statutes of limitation Mothers and children in institutional care Recruitment into religious orders Experimentation on children ...

Inquiry into Children in Institutional Care – Parliament ...

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First Report (Forgotten Australians) Second Report (Protecting Vulnerable Children) Tabling Speeches ; Government response (tabled in the Senate on 10 November 2005) National Apology; Senate committee evidence, parliamentary privilege and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse; All information relating to the inquiry including the two reports, transcripts of ...

Footnotes – Parliament of Australia

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The January 2004 interim report is discussed in Forgotten Australians, pp.13-14. [60] O'Grady Review 2004, pp.39-40. [61] Premier of Tasmania, Paul Lennon, MHA, 'Providing Closure for Victims of Abuse in State Care', Media Release, 6.12.04. [62] Submission 177, p.7 (WA Department of Justice). [63] Submission 55, p.17 (WA Department for Community Development). [64] Care and Support 2002, p.64 ...

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