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501 Protecting vulnerable children: a national challenge 2005 Community Affairs References Committee Report
502 Adoptions Australia 2004-05 2005 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Report
503 The social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal children and young people: forced separation from natural family, forced relocation from traditional country or homeland, and social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal children and young people, additional notes 2005 Zubrick, S.R. Silburn, S.R. Lawrence, D.M. Mitrou, F.G. Dalby, R.B. Blair, E.M. Griffin, J. Milroy, H. De Majo, J.A. Cox, A. Li, J. Report
504 The children must go out white : genocide in Western Australia 2005 Blum, M.N. Thesis
505 'Wis wei youpla health?': a case study of the nature and extent of community participation in health education decision-making for Torres Strait Islander girls at Bluewater High 2004 Whatman, S.L. Thesis
506 Telethon Institute for Child Health Research annual report 2004 2004 Telethon Institute for Child Health Research Report
507 Literacy for life: a scoping study for a community literacy empowerment project 2004 Schwab, R. G. Sutherland, D. Report
508 A cry from the heartland 2004 McMullen, J. Journal article
509 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues 2004 Department of Child Safety Book section
510 Practical measures that improve human rights: towards health equity for Aboriginal children 2004 Couzos, S. Journal article
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