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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Between two worlds: a guide to understanding the Stolen Generations (2009)

Author

Stolen Generations Victoria

City

Melbourne

Type

Report

Institution

Stolen Generations Victoria

 

Description

This report was written to educate non-Aboriginal service providers about the challenges faced by members of the Stolen generations. It contains information on the history of the Stolen generations and advice on the correct practice for working with members of the Stolen generations. The chapters cover a range of related topics, such as 'Acting white, feeling black' and 'Facing the challenges'.

Abstract adapted from Stolen Generations Victoria

When to use this resource

This report can be used as a guide by health workers and other health professionals when working with members of the Stolen generations to help them understand the many issues impacting on the people of these generations.

Contact details

Stolen Generations Victoria
PO Box 101
Preston Victoria 3072
Ph: (03) 9470 3477

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Last updated: 10 October 2011
 
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