AFA submissions and resources as follows:

Alliance for Forgotten Australians DVD (2011) Forgotten Australians: Life Stories (2011)

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2014) Forgotten Australians: Supporting survivors of childhood institutional care in Australia 4th Edition

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2012) Social Work Education Project: Curriculum: Mapping for Content on Forgotten Australians.

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2013) Submission to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Propose a question on childhood institutionalisation in the Australian Census 2016

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2014) Submission on the Department of Social Services Commonwealth Home Support Programme Discussion Paper

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2010) Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Caring for Older Australians

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2010) Submission to Australians Government Department of Families, Housing Community Services and Indigenous Affairs Consultation on Draft Standards of OOHC

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2014), Submission to the Senate Community Affairs Reference Committee Inquiry into Out of Home Care

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2008) Submission to the Senate Community Affairs Committee Inquiry into Mental Health

Alliance for Forgotten Australians (2010) Submission to the Senate Legal & Constitutional Committee Inquiry into the administration and effectiveness of current mechanisms used by governments to provide discretionary payments in special circumstances

Association of Child Welfare Agencies (2004). Submission to the Senate Inquiry Senate Community Affairs References Committee (2004) Forgotten Australians: A report on Australians who experienced institutional or out-of-home care as children. Tuesday February 2004. Official Committee Hansard. Canberra, ACT: Commonwealth of Australia.

Association of Child Welfare Agencies (ACWA) (n.d.) Submission to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee Inquiry into Children in Institutional Care

AIHW 2014. Child protection Australia 2012-13. Child welfare series 58. Cat. no. CWS 49. Canberra: AIHW.

Australian Human Rights Commission (1997) Bringing them Home’: the Stolen Children report

Branigan, E., Malone, J., Murphy, J. and Murray, S. (2008) Beyond the Home Gates: Life after growing up in Catholic institutions. A report to MacKillop Family Services.

Cashmore, J & Paxman, M, (2006), ‘Wards Leaving Care', Children Australia, 31(3), 18-25.

CLAN (2008) A terrible way to grow up The experience of institutional care and its outcomes for care leavers in Australia  

CLAN (2011) ‘Struggling to Keep it Together’ – CLAN Survey Report 2011, CLAN.

Courtney, M. E. and Dworsky, A. (2006), Early outcomes for young adults transitioning from out-of-home care in the USA. Child & Family Social Work, 11: 209–219. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2206.2006.00433.x

CREATE (2016) Transitioning from Care. Position Paper.

Daly, F. and Gilligan, R. (2005) Lives in Foster Care. Dublin: Children’s Research Centre.

Daly, K. (2014) Redressing Institutional Abuse of Children, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave.

Dodt, D.J. (2012) Intimate Expression: An Orphan’s Experience of Healing, USA: Trafford.

Duncalf, Z. (2010) Adult Care Leavers Speak Out: The views of 310 care leavers aged 17-78, Manchester UK< the Care Leavers Association.

Ebbels, J. (2011) The Experiences of Women Forgotten Australians and Care Leavers – A Literature Review, Canberra: Women’s Centre for Health Matters.

Fernandez, E. (1996) Significant Harm: Unravelling Child Protection Decisions and Substitute Care Careers Of Children. England Ashgate Publishing, Avebury.

Fernandez, E. ‘Child Protection and Vulnerable Families: Trends and Issues in the Australian Context’ Social Sciences 785–808; doi:10.3390/socsci3040785

Gaffney, K. Hiding behind the past: Understanding historical abuse in out-of-home care, Children Australia, 33(4), 38-44.

Harris, F. Raising a Saint, Adelaide: Ginninderra Press.

Hil, R. Branigan, E. (Eds.) (2010). Surviving Care: achieving justice and healing for the forgotten Australians, Robina, Queensland: Bond University Press.

Healy, K. (2012) Remembering, Apologies, and Truth: Challenges for Social Work Today,Australian Social Work ; 65(3):288-294. DOI: 10.1080/0312407X.2012.705308

Horrocks, C. and Goddard, J. (2006), Adults who grew up in care: constructing the self and accessing care files. Child & Family Social Work, 11: 264–272. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2206.2006.00432.x

Kendrick, A. and Hawthorn, M. (2015) Dilemmas of care : social work and historic abuse, in SköldJ., Swain, S. Apologies and the Legacy of Abuse of Children in ‘Care’. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. (In Press),

Marian, Cherie.(2009)  Forgotten Australians Still Searching for 'the Road Home' Parity, Vol. 22, No. 1, Feb 2009: 36-37..

McCarthy , G.  Swain, S. and O’Neill, C. (2012) Archives, identity and survivors of out-of-home care, Archives and Manuscripts, 40:1, 1-3, DOI: 10.1080/01576895.2012.680247

McKenzie, R. B. (2003) The impact of orphanages on the alumni’s lives and assessments of their childhoods. Children and Youth Services Review, 25, 703-753

Mendes, P. (2005) Remembering the forgotten Australians, The Care Leavers of Australia: Network and the Senate Inquiry into Institutional and Out-of-home care. Children Australia, vol.30, no.1. pp.4-10

Murray, S., and Malone, J. (2008) Making life after care: the provision of support across the life course, Developing Practice, No. 22 (Summer), pp. 63-71.

Murray, S., Malone, J. & J. Glare (2008) Building a Life Story: Providing Records and Support to former residents of children’s homes. Australian Social Work, 61, 3, 239-255

Musgrove, N. (2013) The Scars Remain: A Long History or Forgotten Australians and Children’s Institutions, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

National Library of Australia (2011) Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants Oral History Project

Pecora, P.J., Kessler, R.C., Williams, J., Downs, A.C. (2005),Improving Foster Care: Findings from the Northwest Alumni Study, Seattle Washington, Casey Family Programs.

Penglase, J. (2005) Orphans of the Living: Growing up in “care” in twentieth-century Australia. Fremantle, WA: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

Queensland Government Department of Communities (2011). Snapshot of consultations with Forgotten Australians

RPR Consulting, Findings of consultations with Queensland Forgotten Australians - Vol 2.

Rudd, K. (2009) Transcript of address by the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd at the apology to the Forgotten Australians and former child migrants, Great Hall, Parliament House, 16 November 2009.

Senate Community Affairs References Committee (2001) Lost innocents: Righting the Record. Report on child migration. Canberra, ACT: Commonwealth of Australia.

Shayler, K (2011) Burnished: Burnside Life Stories:  a collection of life accounts from residents of Burnside Children’s Homes, Sydney: MoshPit Publishing.

Sigal, J.J., Perry, J. C., Davis, M.B. Rossignol, M. & M. C. Ouimet (2003) Unwanted infants: Psychological and physical consequences of inadequate orphanage care 50 years later. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73, 1, 3-12.

State Library of Victoria, Adoption and Forgotten Australians: Forgotten Australians.

Stein, M. and Munro, E., (eds)  (2008) Young people’s Transitions from Care to Adulthood: International Research and Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Stein, M., (2009) ‘Promoting resilience: messages from research’,  in D. Hart (ed.) Managing Transitions from Secure Settings, National Children's Bureau, pp. 44-48 .

Swain, S. (2007) Traces in the archives: Evidence of institutional abuse in surviving child welfare records, Children Australia, 32(1), pp 24-31.

Swain, S., Sheedy, L. and O’Neill, C (2012) responding to “Forgotten Australians”: historians and the legacy of out-of-home care, Journal of Australian Studies, 36(1), 17-29, doi: Doi 10.1080/14443058.2011.646283

Taylor, R.B. (2011) Who Am I? Perth: Chargan My Book Publisher.

Whittaker, J.K., Fernandez del Valle, J., and Holmes, L. (2015) Therapeutic Residential Care For Children and Youth: Developing Evidence-Based International Practice, London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.