The Madness of Australian Child Protection: Why Adoption Will Rescue Australia's Underclass Children

Jeremy Sammut
11 November 2015 | Connorcourt Publishing
The Madness of Australian Child Protection: Why Adoption Will Rescue Australia's Underclass Children

Why are Australian children abused and neglected in plain sight of the child welfare authorities supposed to protect them?

This passionate account of a flawed system argues that the crisis besetting child protection regimes nation-wide will not end until the taboo on the use of adoption is broken.

Cost: $29.95

Publisher: Connor Court Publishing

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