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The First Aboriginal Child Survival Seminar (If everyone cared) : a report arising from an International Seminar on Aboriginal Family Life and the Welfare of Aboriginal Children, Melbourne, 23rd-25th April, 1979, by Bill Jackson

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The First Aboriginal Child Survival Seminar (If everyone cared) : a report arising from an International Seminar on Aboriginal Family Life and the Welfare of Aboriginal Children, Melbourne, 23rd-25th April, 1979, by Bill Jackson
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The First Aboriginal Child Survival Seminar (If everyone cared)
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a report arising from an International Seminar on Aboriginal Family Life and the Welfare of Aboriginal Children, Melbourne, 23rd-25th April, 1979, by Bill Jackson
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Summary
Considers problems in adoption and foster care, juvenile/child welfare (including work of Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency), problems with the law, education, health and housing; some comparisons with situation of American Indians; lists recommendations; some contributions attached as appendices
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Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency
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  • Jackson, Bill
  • Australia
  • International Seminar on Aboriginal Family Life and the Welfare of Aboriginal Children
  • Children, Aboriginal Australian
  • Child welfare
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adult
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The First Aboriginal Child Survival Seminar (If everyone cared) : a report arising from an International Seminar on Aboriginal Family Life and the Welfare of Aboriginal Children, Melbourne, 23rd-25th April, 1979, by Bill Jackson
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Published in association with the Office of Child Care, Canberra, A.C.T
Contents
Introduction -- The nature and extent of the problem : An historical perspective -- The current situation -- The Aboriginal child care agency - An Aboriginal initiative : Formation -- The program -- The program in action -- A Native America alternative - An international perspective : The American Indian situation -- Indian child welfare Act -- Issues and information -- Themes and issues of the seminar : Aboriginal adoption and foster care -- Aboriginal juvenile/child welfare -- Aborigines and the law -- The health of Aboriginal children -- Queensland 'Keeping statistics on Aboriginal children would be racist' -- Education and traditional culture -- Rural and urban communities -- Aboriginal community development -- The Native American situation -- Direct funding -- Strategic separatism -- Wilcannia a critical situation -- Aboriginal housing -- Recommendations of the seminar
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M0039836
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
1 v. (various foliations)
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Stock number
6738b
System control number
0063998
Label
The First Aboriginal Child Survival Seminar (If everyone cared) : a report arising from an International Seminar on Aboriginal Family Life and the Welfare of Aboriginal Children, Melbourne, 23rd-25th April, 1979, by Bill Jackson
Publication
Note
Published in association with the Office of Child Care, Canberra, A.C.T
Contents
Introduction -- The nature and extent of the problem : An historical perspective -- The current situation -- The Aboriginal child care agency - An Aboriginal initiative : Formation -- The program -- The program in action -- A Native America alternative - An international perspective : The American Indian situation -- Indian child welfare Act -- Issues and information -- Themes and issues of the seminar : Aboriginal adoption and foster care -- Aboriginal juvenile/child welfare -- Aborigines and the law -- The health of Aboriginal children -- Queensland 'Keeping statistics on Aboriginal children would be racist' -- Education and traditional culture -- Rural and urban communities -- Aboriginal community development -- The Native American situation -- Direct funding -- Strategic separatism -- Wilcannia a critical situation -- Aboriginal housing -- Recommendations of the seminar
Control code
M0039836
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
1 v. (various foliations)
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Stock number
6738b
System control number
0063998

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