The thin end of the wedge: Are past draconian adoptive practices re-emerging in the 21st century?
New South Wales, Sydney
Public submission to the National Human Rights Consultation originally published on-line by the Human Rights Commission and referred to by Dr. Daryl Higgins in on-line articles - see http://www.aifs.gov.au/institute/pubs/fm2011/fm87/fm87g.html - explains how legislation and policy is being introduced to bring back Forced Adoption under the guise of child protection.
Dr. Christine A Cole
- Stolen Babies - Broken Hearts: Forced Adoption in Australia 1881-1987
- The thin end of the wedge: Are past draconian adoptive practices re-emerging in the 21st century?
- Parallels between historical domestic and contemporary intercountry adoption
- The Broken Bond: Stolen Babies Stolen Motherhood Viewed Through a Trauma Perspective
- Brief Overview of the History of the Apology Alliance Australia
- Executive Summary of Human Rights Abuses identified in three documents submitted to Senate Inquiry
- The White Stolen Generation And Its Meaning For Women’s Citizenship In Australia