The innocence project was started by a young Australian woman in 2014.
It is the brainchild of the University of Sydney researcher and author, Julia Gillard.
“I remember my parents telling me I was the most innocent of them,” she told the ABC’s RN Breakfast program in March.
The project began with the idea that we were all born with the capacity to do the wrong things.
“The first thing we did was write a book about it,” Ms Gillard said.
Ms Gillards book is called The Innocent Child. “
What if the innocent were a lot less innocent?”
Ms Gillards book is called The Innocent Child.
“I had an idea that if I did an article about innocence and the importance of the innocence, I’d be able to bring some light to this issue that I think a lot of people in Australia have been thinking about for a long time,” she said.
Ms Gillard’s book will be released next week.
She has spent the past four years researching the subject and is now calling for the Australian Government to make an apology to the innocent.
The Innocent Child is about the idea of innocence and what it means to be an innocent person.
“It’s not a bad thing,” Ms G said.
“We’re all born innocent, so why not give it up, take it, let the other kids have it?”
The book will explore the idea in more detail, including the role of innocence in the lives of many Australian families, including those who had been born with genetic defects.
In her book, Ms Gillarde will examine the impact that parents, grandparents and siblings played on the children they raised, as well as their experiences as children and teenagers.
‘We are not the only ones who have these problems’ “This is not a crime against humanity,” Ms Bessie said.
The book is expected to include a series of essays on topics including the importance for parents to be more involved in their children’s upbringing, the effects of being raised in an environment where their own innocence was compromised, the impact of childhood trauma on the development of children and their ability to trust others.
“If we want to see the world as a better place, it has to be about the children,” Ms Dreyfus said.