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  • Honest History: a great site which “promotes balanced consideration of Australian history, by making contesting, evidence-based interpretations available to students, teachers, universities, journalists and the public. We challenge the misuse of history in the service of political or other agendas.”
  • Freeplay a wonderful site for gamers. Located in Melbourne, Freeplay is Australia’s largest and longest-running independent games festival. It draws together Australia’s independent game community – players, makers, critics, artists, academics, and students –  at its conference, public events program, arcade, and awards.
  • Dan Golding, critic, academic, and director of the Freeplay Independent Games Festival
  • CLANCare Leavers Australasia Network – a national support, advocacy, research and training network for people who grew up in Australian or New Zealand orphanages, children’s Homes, foster care and other institutions
  • Find & Connect – a resource for Forgotten Australians, Former Child Migrants and anyone interested in the history of child welfare in Australia
  • Writers Victoria  join up for a range of services and support for writers, fiction or non-fiction
  • Child Welfare Information Gateway connects professionals and the general public to timely, essential information and resources targeted to the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families. Located in USA. 
  • Everyday Law: Helping Victorians understand the law. A great place to start to solve legal problems, with a range of easy-to-understand legal information in one spot. People can use the site to find legal answers, search for free or low-cost legal services and learn about their legal system. NB It’s Victorian and there may be variations in the law elsewhere in Australia.