After the Apology is a powerful new feature documentary by Larissa Behrendt which follows four Aboriginal grandmothers who each face their own battle to challenge government policies to bring their grandkids home. Their grassroots actions spearhead a national conversation to curb the skyrocketing rates of child removal. Kicking off our National Week of Action on 14 […]
The Family Matters Report 2018 will be launched on Tuesday 27 November 2018. The rate at which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are removed from their families continues to be an escalating national crisis. Without immediate action from all levels of government further generations of children will be lost to their families, cultures and […]
Great to have our good friend actor Stephen Curry talking on The Project about his passionate support for our campaign.
Join us during our National Week of Action (14-20 May) and ensure that another generation of Australia’s First People can grow up safe, cared for and with a strong understanding of their own culture.
Big props to actress and dancer Rurriwuy Hick, who started a social media campaign against the removal of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children.