National Sorry Day

The unfinished business of Sorry Day

On 26 May each year, Sorry Day marks the anniversary of the tabling of the Bringing Them Home report in the Australian Parliament in 1997 and commemorates Stolen Generations survivors. The report was a landmark truth telling process, sadly almost 30 years on a number of the report’s 54 recommendations remain unmet.

The theme for this year, ‘Bringing Them Home – the unfinished business’, highlights the growing urgency of acting on the outstanding recommendations. Remaining Stolen Generations survivors are ageing, and many do not have access to a full and fair redress scheme, or to the records that hold keys to their stories.

The time to act is now. We must ensure that Stolen Generations survivors are supported to age with dignity and respect.


Resources

Download our Sorry Day Social Media Kit for social content you can share

The Healing Foundation has created a series of social media posts and Sorry Day 2024 imagery for supporters to use across their own social media channels in the lead up to May 26.

We’ll also be sharing new videos and other Sorry Day content across our channels during May, using the hashtags #unfinishedbusiness and #bringingthemhome. Please give us a share, like or comment if you like what you see!
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Instagram: @healingourway
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/the-healing-foundation/


Events

To find Sorry Day events near you, check out our Calendar.

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