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Statement of Philip Hamlin for Faith-based Redress hearing (non-verbal witness)

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Mr Hamlin is Chair of the Catholic Church’s National Safeguarding and Professional Standards Committee (NSPSC), which was previously the National Professional Standards Committee (NPSC).
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Closing addresses - All Core Participants at Faith-based Redress hearing Phase 2

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Salvation Army closing address Counsel Assisting the Salvation Army Jenny Stevens




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Statement of Fr Timothy Duckworth for the Faith-based Redress hearing

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Fr Timothy Duckworth is the Provincial of the New Zealand province of the Society of Mary (often known as the Marist Fathers and Brothers) and has been in the role since the 1st of February 2020.
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Statement of Br Peter Horide for the Faith-based Redress hearing

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Statement of Br Peter Horide for the Faith-based Redress hearing.
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Statement of Reverend Dr. Thomas P. Doyle for the Faith-based Redress hearing

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Dr Doyle is an ordained Catholic priest, canon lawyer and addictions therapist.
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Opening Statements from 22 March including SNAP and the Catholic Church for the Faith-based Redress hearing

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Opening statements from Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission, Katherine Anderson

Opening statement from SNAP (Sonja Cooper with Christopher Longhurst, John O’Malley)

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Statement of Archbishop Tamihere, Archbishop Fereimi Cama and Archbishop Richardson (the Primates)

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The Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia/Te Hahi Mihinare ki Aotearoa ki Niu Tireni, ki Nga Moutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa has a joint primacy shared between the three tikanga of the Church (Māori, Pasifika and Pakeha).
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Statement of Archbishop Richardson for the Faith-based redress hearing

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Statement of Archbishop Richardson for the Faith-based redress hearing on Friday 19th March and Monday 22nd March The Most Reverend Philip Richardson has been a bishop since 1999 and since 2008 has been a Bishop of the Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki.
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Opening statements of the Anglican Church and relevant Core Participants for the Faith-based Redress hearing: Phase 2: 17 March

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Opening statement by Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission – Katherine Anderson

Opening statement by Counsel Assisting the Anglican Church – Fiona Guy-Kidd...
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Opening statements for Faith-based Redress hearing - Phase 2 on 15 March

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Submissions on behalf of Network for Survivors of Abuse in Faith-based Institutions by Dr Murray Heasley and Liz Tonks.
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