We recognise the importance of Sorry Day for all Australians, we stand with the Stolen Generations and their families, and we invite you to stand with us too by adding your name to our Sorry Wall.
Your name will feature along with other supporters in our commemorative message on social media on National Sorry Day.
To add your name simply complete the form.
26 May has become a special day for Australia: Sorry Day.
Every year, we join together as a nation to say we are sorry, remembering the wrongdoings against the Stolen Generations and their families, recognising the pain and suffering they have endured, and acknowledging the lessons we have learned from a very dark era in Australia’s history.
Labor supporters take pride in our role in the campaign to acknowledge this wrong formally, and in the ultimate success of the Apology to the Stolen Generations as a moment which rose above politics in the life of our nation.
In 2008, as one of the very first acts of the new Parliament, Labor Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said sorry on behalf of all Australians for the wrongful forcible removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families.