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CLAN is a national support group for the tens of thousands of children in Australia brought up in care as state wards, foster children or home
children raised in institutions. It aims to raise community awareness of the life-long implications affecting these people, and to campaign for
government assistance to redress them. It recognises that being raised without family requires lifelong support services.
Broken Rites Australia is researching the Catholic cover-up. BRA is not connected with any religious denomination. However, each member of the Broken Rites executive team had a Catholic background and each has been hurt by Catholic Church sex-abuse - and by the church's habit of cover-up. BRA is therefore motivated to support other victims.
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works for the prevention of all forms of child abuse and neglect, and towards
greater community awareness. Also provides
comprehensive education material, including extensive information on child abuse and how to report it.
Oz Child is a national non-government organisation
committed to improving quality of care, life opportunities and status of
Australia. Services include foster care, respite care for children with disabilities, assisting with placement of children with disabilities into Family
Day Care and shared family care.
The Micah Projects is a community organisation with an unswerving commitment to social justice. We believe that every child and adult has the right to a home, an income, health care, education, safety, dignity and connection with their community of choice. Micah Projects provides a range of support and advocacy services to individuals and families. Without the support of the Queensland Government, our donors and supporters, we could not provide vital services to the community.
Barnados is a non-denominational,
non-government welfare organisation which aims to prevent and reverse the
effects of abuse, neglect and
homelessness on children and young people.