Abuse and neglect in care then and now: the implications of the forgotten australians report for contemporary leaving care policy and practice

Philip Mendes, Badal Moslehuddin

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Abstract

This book seeks to make a significant contribution to a growing body of work that charts what happened to former care residents referred to as the Forgotten Australians and what governments and others have done to address the challenges that face this now aging population
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSurviving Care: Achieving justice and healing for the Forgotten Australians
EditorsRichard Hil, Elizabeth Branigan
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherBond University Press
Pages217 - 230
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)9780980618754
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Mendes, P., & Moslehuddin, B. (2010). Abuse and neglect in care then and now: the implications of the forgotten australians report for contemporary leaving care policy and practice. In R. Hil, & E. Branigan (Eds.), Surviving Care: Achieving justice and healing for the Forgotten Australians (pp. 217 - 230). Australia: Bond University Press.