Reports and Stories of the Forgotten Australians throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Ex PM Kevin Rudd apologises to the Forgotten Australians and Child Migrants Nov 16 2009

"...They should be honoured for their experience and given every support they need in order to participate fully in the community of which they are part..."

Speech Senator Gary Humphries on the Forgotten Australians Inquiry.

Many Forgotten Australians have attended rallies around the state, on the steps of the Victorian Parliament House, St Patricks Cathedral, St Pauls Church of England, Salvation Army, outside the state Attorneys  Generals office and also outside the DHS, many have being doing this for the past 10 years or so some much longer.


They have yet to be taken seriously by those who abused abused them as children.

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This image dedicated to all those abused whilst under Institutional care.
It is not just the impact that tragic childhood experiences have had for the Forgotten Australians. Their children and families have also felt the impact, which can then flow through to future generations.