SA branch says 'sorry'

Serghis, Dimitri
August 1998
Australian Nursing Journal;Aug98, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p7
Reports on the Australian Nursing Federation South Australian branch annual delegates' conference which focused on Aboriginal persons. Adoption of a resolution which apologized for the removal of indigenous children; In-depth look at the resolution; Details on the Stolen Generation Inquiry 1997.


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