Ch. 1: Bringing Them Home: Frequently asked questions about the National Inquiry; Government rejects 'stolen' report; Government and the stolen children; The Stolen Generations and the need for a national apology; Tracing the history; Unstolen generations also at risk; Bringing them home alone. -- Ch. 2: The Removal and Reparation Debates: Disgust at 'brutal' denial of suffering; Miscalculation made from rubbery figures; History dictates that we say sorry; The stolen agenda; The truth about the 'Stolen Generation'; Stolen children, stolen history; Stolen children cases fail; One way to give back to the stolen generations; Stolen time: the legal fight for reparations; The alleged Stolen Generations?; Court no place for justice: Dodson; Admitting degrees of separation; Stolen, taken or removed, we suffered all the same; The facts indict the myth-makers; Cult of denial over blacks: Fraser -- Ch. 3: Stories of Separation: Peggy's story; Assimilation; Paul's story; Coolungar Thieves; Penny and Murray's story; Jennifer's story; Link-Up Services
The unfinished business of Reconciliation in relation to the past forced removal of Aboriginal children has inspired strong feelings and much debate. What were the major findings of the "Bringing Them Home" Report? Should the federal government take responsibility for past wrongs and make a formal apology?
National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander Children from their Families (Australia) - Bringing them home