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Nationwide Link-Up Services

Link-Up services-Information Courtesy of AIATSIS Link-Up services are geographically based. Contact the Link-Up in the state or territory where you currently live. Even if you or your ancestors lived and were removed from family in another location, your local Link-Up will be able to assist you. Australian Capital Territory There is no Link-Up in the …

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R U OK?

This week as part of the National R U OK? suicide prevention campaign KSGAC staff will wear yellow bandanas and wristbands. If you’re visiting the KSGAC there are posters too reflecting the importance of checking in with others by simply asking R U OK? The Official R U OK Day? is September 12. KSGAC recognises …

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KSGAC Link-Up Counsellor Position available

Come and work with a great team and community Link-Up Counsellor located in Broome. Extensive travel required throughout the Kimberley Region. KSGAC is a not for profit community controlled Organisation specifically established to obtain some justice for members of the Kimberley Stolen Generation and their immediate family. Our focus is to facilitate research and reunification …

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KSGAC Regional visits

Link- Up staff members will be visiting your town/community to assist with Stolen Generation information, applications and sign up. Many Aboriginal people from your region have suffered from past government policies that separated children from their families. Link-Up can help bring together affected family members through our family history tracing services. Redress Sign-up and application …

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KSGAC Counsellor position available

Come and work with a great team and community Link-Up Counsellor located in Broome. Extensive travel required throughout the Kimberley Region. KSGAC is a not for profit community controlled Organisation specifically established to obtain some justice for members of the Kimberley Stolen Generation and their immediate family. Our focus is to facilitate research and reunification …

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National Apology Website will be decommissioned and replaced by the Australian Government response website on 2nd of September-2019

        The National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse (National Apology) website will be decommissioned on Monday 2 September 2019. Information about the National Apology is now available on the website for the Australian Government Response to the Royal Commission. This site also includes a selection of images …

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Strengthing ties- KSGAC and the Fremantle Football Club

Fremantle have been recognised by the Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation for continuing to show support and raise awareness of the Stolen Generations. The club featured the Sorry Day Flower on their Indigenous guernseys, with the permission of the KSGAC, and purchased Sorry Day pins for players, coaches and staff to wear during Sir Doug …

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