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Healing centres for the stolen generations survivors

A four-year long project is being directed by the views of the Stolen Generation survivors and their families with a goal to transform the mission sites of Carrolup-Marribank and Wandering in WA into healing spaces for Stolen Generation survivors.

In October 2016 a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Southern Aboriginal Corporation (SAC), Bringing Them Home Committee (BTHC WA) and Curtin University to provide opportunities for our students to undertake practice-based learning for credit toward their degrees at the former mission sites.

Steering group

A steering group has been formed with representatives from Curtin, BTHC WA and SAC and members of the Carrolup Indigenous Reference Group (CIRG) including its Chair and Curtin Elder-In-Residence A/Prof Simon Forrest. The Steering Group is chaired by Jim Morrison of BTHC WA and is providing advice and higher-level oversight of the project.

Research projects