The Importance of Records in Telling Our Stories

The Importance of Records in Telling Our Stories covers how I was able to locate records in researching my own family history and how I was able to assist survivors of institutional child abuse to access their records of their time in care. It is about the importance of honouring and remembering our ancestors and the difficulties when there are no records. My writing covers WW1 and WW2 and Nauru. More

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About Anne Kidd

Anne Kidd is a qualified social worker. She worked in the community welfare field for 26 years in Melbourne Australia before moving to Canberra in October 2018. She worked in child protection, the adoption area, home based care, a crisis accommodation service for homeless young people and with adults who experienced long term homelessness. Anne most recently worked with Forgotten Australians, former Child Migrants and the Stolen Generations, adults who as children were placed in state institutional care such as children's homes and orphanages. She assisted them to access their records of their time in care.

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