Activities and projects that acknowledge the experiences of members
KSGAC provides a Link-Up Service for Indigenous people who have lost touch with their families.
The National Redress Scheme is now underway. The National Redress scheme is for people who have experienced institutionalised child sexual abuse.
The KSGAC helps people with applications and referrals for counselling support.
Counselling Support for the disability royal commission
KSGAC counsellors can help people with disability, their families and support people in their lives to talk about the issues they have faced in the past or are facing now. Sharing your experiences can help make changes towards a better way for other people with disability.
Your experiences do not need to be considered extreme. If you have felt like you have been done wrong by, you may like to have a chat with our counsellors.
Healing Art is a new venture of KSG to market artwork created by members of the Stolen Generation. This is a therapeutic activity for the artists and we would like to promote and sell all arts and craft to the public.
Research to build upon knowledge of the first Kimberley Generation Stolen Members’ gravesites.
Oral Histories Project
We film and record First Generation Stolen Generation Members stories. The oral Histories Project is linked to the Data project.
Your feedback is valued.
The Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation values people’s experiences and by tapping onto the links below you can view the KSGAC Compliment and Complaint Policy and KSGAC Compliment and Complaint Process.