The Resource Are we helping them home? : surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002, a paper by Peter O'Brien with the assistance of John Bond for the National Sorry Day Committee

Are we helping them home? : surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002, a paper by Peter O'Brien with the assistance of John Bond for the National Sorry Day Committee

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Are we helping them home? : surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002
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Are we helping them home?
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surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002
Statement of responsibility
a paper by Peter O'Brien with the assistance of John Bond for the National Sorry Day Committee
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Journey of healing : Are we helping them home?
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surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002
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eng
Summary
Background to Sorry Day and the Journey of Healing, stolen generations, the Inquiry and the Bringing Them Home report; response by the Federal Government to the report was to fund various programs from 1998-2001; Senate Inquiry - 'Healing: a legacy of generations'; summary by National Sorry Day Committee of Inquiry Reports; reponses of the Stolen Generations to Federal programs and services; other issues of importance to Stolen Generations; sets out urgent steps towards healing
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O'Brien, Peter
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Bond, John
  • National Sorry Day Committee (Australia)
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  • National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from their Families (Australia).
  • Stolen generations (Australia)
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Are we helping them home? : surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002, a paper by Peter O'Brien with the assistance of John Bond for the National Sorry Day Committee
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  • "Responses by the Government and Opposition, Main Committee Room, Parliament House, Canberra 13 November 2002"
  • Previously available online at http://www.alphalink.com.au/~rez/Journey/Home.PDF
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 45
Contents
The National Sorry Day Committee and the Journey of Healing -- The Stolen Generations -- "Bringing them Home" and its recommendations -- The response of the Federal Government -- What has been achieved? : Section 6a Healing: a legacy of generations, the Senate Inquiry, Section 6b : Responses of the Stolen Generations -- Urgent steps towards healing - the NSDC view -- Requests of the National Sorry Day Committee -- The seminar in Parliament House -- The response of Philip Ruddock, Minister for Indigenous Affairs; Carmen Lawrence, Shadow Minister, and Senator Aden Ridgeway, Democrats' spokesperson on Indigenous Affairs -- Statement by William Jonas, Social Justice Commissioner, HREOC
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45 leaves
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Are we helping them home? : surveys of progress in the implementation of the Bringing Them Home recommendations by November 2002, a paper by Peter O'Brien with the assistance of John Bond for the National Sorry Day Committee
Link
Publication
Note
  • "Responses by the Government and Opposition, Main Committee Room, Parliament House, Canberra 13 November 2002"
  • Previously available online at http://www.alphalink.com.au/~rez/Journey/Home.PDF
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 45
Contents
The National Sorry Day Committee and the Journey of Healing -- The Stolen Generations -- "Bringing them Home" and its recommendations -- The response of the Federal Government -- What has been achieved? : Section 6a Healing: a legacy of generations, the Senate Inquiry, Section 6b : Responses of the Stolen Generations -- Urgent steps towards healing - the NSDC view -- Requests of the National Sorry Day Committee -- The seminar in Parliament House -- The response of Philip Ruddock, Minister for Indigenous Affairs; Carmen Lawrence, Shadow Minister, and Senator Aden Ridgeway, Democrats' spokesperson on Indigenous Affairs -- Statement by William Jonas, Social Justice Commissioner, HREOC
Extent
45 leaves

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