Recently in Western Australia, an 86-year-old grandmother, an Aboriginal lady, was threatened with eviction for non-payment of a state-housing water bill. Her eviction has only been stalled by the intervention of Kimberley parliamentarian, Kija woman Josie Farrer. Recently, two Perth families, once again Aboriginal, with 9 children and 11 children were evicted from their homes. Western Australian State Governments have a bent for mandatory laws – such as the three-strikes behaviour-management policy for state-housing residents.
Thousands of children have been evicted, but where do they go to?