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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 [Review Essay] Many Voices: Reflections on Experiences of Indigenous Child Separation
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'The interview material described and excerpted here grew out of the National Library of Australia’s Bringing Them Home Oral History Project from 1998 onwards. This created:

a comprehensive public record based on first-hand testimony [of] Australian Indigenous children being removed from their homes and placed in non-family care.

'The full record is accessible through the National Library.'  (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Australian Aboriginal Studies no. 2 2003 Z1098809 2003 periodical issue

    'The publication of this issue of the AIATSIS journal, the second for 2003, brings us back to the schedule of issues distributed at mid-year and at the end of each year. This was not intended as a thematic volume, but we are able to present a series of major articles and one research report relating to the topic of Indigenous health, including use of bush foods and medicines. These are introduced by Research Fellow—Health, Dr Graham Henderson, who explores the interrelatedness of these contributions.' (Editorial introduction)

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