Reparations for Harms Experienced in Residential Aged Care

Date added: July 5, 2022
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Authors: Linda Steele + Kate Swaffer

This paper explores the possibility of reparations for harms suffered by people in residential aged care, focusing on experiences of people with dementia. We first explain how systemic and structural harms occur within residential aged care and outline how they constitute human rights violations. Published in the Health and Human Rights Journal (28 June 2022).