The Australian Psychological Society provides training for mental health and other professionals in understanding issues for those affected by forced adoption practices. Find out more…
The 18th of July marks the 5th Anniversary of the South Australian Governments Apology for Forced Adoption Practices.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs will inquire into a nationally consistent framework for local adoption.
This content rich annual report shows how we are making an impact and it is aligned to our Strategic Plan 2016-21.
Today, Cathy Taylor, Chief Executive of the Department for Child Protection, advised us that changes to the Adoption Act will commence on the 18 December 2017. Continue Reading
Ra Chapman is a client of our Post Adoption Support Service (PASS) and an inter-country adoptee from Korea. Ra decided to produce a web series about the experiences of Australian inter-country adoptees after discovering a lack of content about the topic. Read on for Ra’s story. Continue Reading
RASA’s Forced Adoption Support Service (FASS) was pleased to host the launch of the book Adopted on Friday 14 July. Ms Nat Cook MP launched the event on behalf of the Hon. Susan Close MP, Minister for Education and Child Development. Continue Reading
On 21 March 2013, the then Prime Minister Julia Gillard apologised on behalf of the Australian Government to people affected by forced adoption or removal policies and practices. Continue Reading
March 21 marks the fourth anniversary of the National Apology to those affected by Forced Adoption and/or removal practices and policies within Australia. Continue Reading