Tuart Place’s initial submission to the WA Parliament’s Community Development and Justice Standing Committee focuses on one issue – that of descendants of the Stolen Generations being found ineligible for the National redress Scheme, despite their appalling abuse, and despite the extensive State Government intervention in their young lives. The reason for this sole focus is to highlight a disturbing trend affecting an increasing number of the most disadvantaged Aboriginal survivors in Western Australia.  Our submission proposes two potential remedies for preventing a further injustice to people previously harmed while under case management by the Department. 

Further details can be found here.

The Tuart Place Submission to the WA Inquiry 25-7-23 can be found here.

Tuart Place Supplementary Submission to WA Inquiry 10-9-23

News Items and Footage

On Wednesday 20th September Tuart Place’s Director Philippa White, Clinical Manager Susy Vaughan and Social Worker Jan Newman gave evidence to the WA Parliament’s Community Development and Justice Standing Committee. The Committee’s attention was brought to a number of issues. A video recording of the hearing is available here.

ABC’s Nicolas Perpitch visited Tuart Place to talk with Dr Philippa White and participants about the WA Inquiry into the options available to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse in Western Australia who are seeking justice. The story ran online, on ABC radio and the evening televised news on Friday 4th August 2023.