Apology to Those Harmed in Queensland institutions during their Childhood.
Apology to the Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants
16 November 2009
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivers an apology to the more than 500,000 people who as children were placed in care in an orphanage, home, or other form of out of home care during the last century.
United Kingdom Apology to Former Child Migrants
24 February 2010
In the period following World War II, 7000 children were shipped to Australia and 1300 to New Zealand, Rhodesia and Canada.
In 2010, the then British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, delivered the UK Apology to Former Child Migrants.
Apology for Forced Adoption Policies and Practices
27 November 2012
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman delivers an apology for those effected by the forced adoption policy at Parliament House in Brisbane. Mr Newman apologised to thousands of mothers and children torn apart between the 1950s and 70s - a practice supported by the state.
National Apology for Forced Adoptions
21 March 2013
Prime Minister Julia Gillard apologised on behalf of the Australian Government to people affected by forced adoption or removal policies and practices. The national apology was delivered in the Great Hall of Parliament House, Canberra.
Apology and Beyond
This film follows the stories of three survivors of the Forgotten Australians who were abused and neglected at the hands of various institutions that were there to care for them.