National Apology to the Stolen Generations by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, 2008.
Tom Calma's response to the National Apology on behalf of the National Sorry Day Committee and the Stolen Generations Alliance, 2009
Restoring identity. Final report of the Moving forward consultation project, Amanda Cornwall, 2009
NSWRC produced two resources for Reconciliation Groups and supporters for the first anniversary of the Apology (13th February): the Apology Anniversary Handout and the Apology Anniversary Discussion Paper
Bringing them home: The 'Stolen Children' report, HREOC. This is one of Australia's most important documents. It was a product of the National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children from Their Families, and was a pivotal step in achieving justice for Indigenous people.
Bringing Them Home Education Module, HREOC. This website provides an interactive means of learning about the Stolen Generations and information contained in the Bringing Them Home report.
Sorry Books (Online Exhibition). An initiative of Australians for Native Title, this project was seen as an opportunity for ordinary Australians who wanted to challenge to Federal Government for refusing to make a formal apology to the Stolen Generations.