The Oodnadatta Childrens home (approx 1959)
- Stolen Generations Testimonies The ‘Stolen Generations’ Testimonies’ project is an initiative to record on film the personal testimonies of Australia’s Stolen Generations Survivors and share them online.
- Bringing them Home
Report of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families, April 1997. Australasian Legal Information Institute.
- A guide to Australia’s Stolen Generations From Creative Spirits.
- Stolen Generations timeline
Explore the timeline of the Stolen Generations—from the Board for the Protection of Aborigines to the Prime Minister’s apology and beyond. From Creative Spirits.
- National Indigenous Television (NITV) is a channel made by, for and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
- A new Stolen Generation in Australia? NITV asks Former Attorney General and politician Michael Lavarch, OA why he thinks this may be the case. October, 2016
- Survivors of the Stolen Generation, still sufferers of lost Aboriginality By Rangi Hirini, NITV News, April, 2017
Videos from Australian Screen
- Australian Screen Information about and excerpts from a wide selection of Australian feature films, documentaries, television programs, newsreels, short films, animations, and home-movies produced over the last 100 yea
- Lousy Little Sixpence (1983)
Two people removed from their families as children to enter into servitude, Margaret Tucker and Bill Reid, speak of their experience growing up. Historical footage shows children placed in missions.
- Stolen Generations (2000)
Footage of Beagle Bay Mission. Historical black-and-white footage of Aboriginal children.
- Unhealthy Government Experiment (2008)
Sue Gordon AM of the Yamatji Nation describes her experience of being removed from her family and what is recorded in her file. Author Steve Kinnane of the Miriworng Nation attempts to understand his mother’s experience of removal as a child.
- The Native Problem in Queensland
Historical footage of a newsreel titled The Native Problem in Queensland depicts John Bleakley, Chief Protector of Aborigines, removing Indigenous people to the mission reserves.
- Beyond Sorry
Aggie Abbott tells of how, when Zita returned to her mother after years of being absent, her mother said that her daughter was dead. Ron Wallace, Zita’s husband, talks about Zita’s experience of being immersed within Western society and alienated from Indigenous culture
Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) Trailer