Social Work Saturday: Margaret Humphreys


Click Here to Read: Margaret Humphreys on Wikipedia.

Click Here to Read: ‘People should sort this mess’: Margaret Humphreys has spent 23 years campaigning for the victims of forced childhood migration. This week, finally, Gordon Brown is due to apologise on behalf of Britain for separating them from their families by Aida Edemariam on The Guardian website on 19 February 19, 2010.

Click Here to View: Margaret Humphreys – Oranges and Sunshine- EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW by Kevin Durham on YouTube.

Click Here to Read: Margaret Humphreys: Emily Watson’s portrayal of me was surreal by Andrew Williams on the Metro website on Jul 25, 2011.

Click Here to Listen To: Margaret Humphreys and the tragedy of child migration to Australia
on the RN ABC website on May &, 2014.

Click Here to Read: How one letter let me expose Britain’s worst child abuse scandal By Margaret Humphreys on the Daily Mail website on March 27, 2011.

Click Here to Read: Empty Cradles: Review of Natasha’s Blog on the Genes Reunited website on July 29, 2011.

Click Here to Read: Child migrants: ‘I didn’t belong to anybody’: Harold Haig was among thousands of child migrants who were deported to Australia and subjected to horrific physical and sexual abuse. A new film depicts their plight by Patrick Barkham on the Guardian website on April 7, 2011.

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