National Site of Recognition Steering Committee

The steering committee informs decisions relating to the National Site of Recognition for thalidomide survivors and their families.


The steering committee is an advisory body acting on behalf of thalidomide survivors, their families, friends, and carers. It is informing decisions relating to the location and design of the National Site of Recognition, as well as its official dedication (opening).


The steering committee comprises 4 thalidomide survivors registered with the Australian Thalidomide Survivors Support Program and a carer representative.


The first meeting of the Steering Committee was held on Monday, 1 November 2021.


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