Resources

Links to Stolen Generation Resources on the Web.

These links are not provided in any particular order and it is impossible to say that they accurately reflect the attitudes of Kimberley Stolen Generation people. They are provided as an educational resource and a guide to further research into the Stolen Generation on the Internet. These links will open in new pages.

Amnesty International in South Australia; a local branch of one of the world’s leading Human Rights organisations.
Winangali-Marumali works to increase the quality of support available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survivors of removal policies.
Reconciliation Australia.
The National Library of Australia’s oral history collection on the Stolen
Generations
is now available online.
The Indigenous Portal, the Australian Government guide to indigenous resources.
From the website of the European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights (ENIAR).
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library guide to Aboriginal Educational Resources.
The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) site.
Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation.
The ‘Sorry Song’ Home Page.
National Stolen Generations Aliiance.
Home Site for Mary G and Mark Bin Bakar.
The Koori History Project.
Wikipedia: Regarding Eugenics
KSGAC Annual Report 2014-2015
KSGAC Strategic Plan 2015-2018