By Aletha Blayse Artwork (and artwork placement) The circular metal artwork is by Jason Tremewen of Metalistik Wall Art: https://www.metalistik.com.au/ . The mandala is based on one of Daddy's paintings; the photo of Daddy is from 1972. I don't know the name of the photographer, but the image conversion / rendering was done by Elizabeth McNamee of TimeLens … Continue reading A Memorial to Lewin Blazevich / Lewis Blayse
For a long time Forgotten Australians have been asking for a Gold Card. Here’s why. FAs do not dispute that returned service men and women deserve a Gold Card. The government rightly recognizes the sacrifice these citizens have made, by ensuring that especially as they age, their needs are remembered, and met, to a higher … Continue reading Gold Cards for Forgotten Australians!
Media Statement For immediate release Call for Australian Government to investigate University of Queensland’s mishandling of sex abuse claims 24 July 2018 Mrs Sylvia Blayse has today spoken of her outrage that University of Queensland (UQ) did not report former lecturer, Dr Robert Boughen OBE, to external authorities for grooming and sexually assaulting her in … Continue reading Media Release: UQ 24 July 2018
Students of America. You rock! I wish I could be marching to Washington on March 24. It’s about time you kids got angry. 50 years ago a multitude of students got angry, and as a result, the Vietnam War ended. Don’t ever believe you can’t do it. They’re all listening to you! The Washington March … Continue reading #NeverAgain
Here is one view. cheers Sylvia
The child abuse royal commission recommended a national redress scheme but decided against compensation for families, aside from limited counselling sessions. Here is why this is a bad decision. How our children suffered: Before reading this please know that if my life were offered to me again, I would always have married Lew. He was a … Continue reading Redress for Forgotten Australian Families