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Title Stolen generations : the way forward / edited by Justin Healey.

Published Thirroul, N.S.W. : Spinney Press, [2009]
©2009

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson TB  362.8 STOL    AVAILABLE
Physical description 44 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 30 cm.
regular print
Series Issues in society ; v. 289.
Issues in society (Balmain, N.S.W.) ; v. 289.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1. National Apology to the Stolen Generations Stolen Generations fact sheet, Sorry? The unfinished business of the 'Bringing Them Home' report, 'Bringing Them Home' chronology, State and territory apologies, Apology to Stolen Generations: questions and answers, Questions about the apology, The Stolen Generations' apology 7F 13 7 handy mythbusters, The apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples, No apology from Howard for three reasons, By fostering trust, apology can close gap, Compensation ruled out, but special fund proposed -- Chapter 2. Unfinished Business: The Ongoing Debate Building a bridge to a better future, Out of fine words, a national opportunity, Forget black armbands, this is about healing, For good deeds, there should be no apology, Finally their voices will be heard, Sorry will only be the beginning, After the apology, Don't let facts spoil the day, Why the compensation question won't go away, When words aren't enough, Fix the white system, not the 'Aboriginal problem', Rudd fans the flames of the culture wars, More than words needed to make apology count, Warm and fuzzy feelings won't save anyone.
Summary "Since the recent Rudd Government apology to Indigenous Australians over past welfare policies of forced removal of children, debate has continued over how to move beyond symbolism with practical measures aimed at healing the traumatic effects of historic wrongs and ameliorating Indigenous disadvantage. This book explores the history of Reconciliation and the Stolen Generations, and includes personal stories of removal and reactions to the apology. It also looks ahead and examines the debate over proposals to act on recommendations from the Bringing Them Home report which urges dealing with unfinished business, including monetary compensation and programs aimed at redressing disadvantage. Is saying sorry enough?"--Provided by publisher.
Audience For secondary school age.
Other author Healey, Justin.
Subject Stolen generations (Australia)
Children, Aboriginal Australian -- History.
Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Government policy -- Australia.
Government liability -- Australia.
Aboriginal Australians -- Removal.
Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of.
ISBN 9781920801991 (paperback) $20.95