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The National Apology to the Stolen Generations finally happened on 13 February 2008. It signified ‘a new page’ for Australia’s future, and committed to not repeating the injustices and approaches of the past.

Yet Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are being removed from their families, community, and culture at increasing rates – higher today than at any other time in Australian history.

Action is needed now.

To stop that number doubling by the end of this decade. To stop the shameful practices and injustices of Australia’s present. Because ‘sorry’ means you don’t do it again.

This event is jointly presented by the Jumbunna Institute of Indigenous Education and Research, the Centre for Social Justice & Inclusion, and UTS Law Faculty – 27 May 2021 – Click here for more information and to register