This article commences with a brief overview of the history of the Aboriginal child removals or separations and British child migrants in Australia. It then goes onto examine the demands made for reparations from these two historical events and the responses to these demands. Next the issue of the legal and moral basis of reparations is examined along with the composition of reparations. The article concludes with a suggested approach to the issue of providing reparations in the Australian context.
|Pages (from-to)||online - approx 5-20pp|
|Journal||ELaw journal : Murdoch University electronic journal of law|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|