A list of investigations that will shape future public hearings.
The investigation into redress will run throughout the life of the Inquiry. We will hold a number of public hearings covering different aspects relating to redress processes (monetary and non-monetary). This will include the way the State and faith-based institutions have dealt with survivors' claims.
The Inquiry will look at the experiences of survivors in seeking and obtaining redress for abuse in care; what processes have been, and still are, available to people who have been abused in care; relevant domestic and international laws; what changes can be made to improve redress processes and what other steps relating to redress can, and should be, taken.
The redress team will carry out research, gather relevant (anonymised) information from survivors’ private sessions, consider evidence from public hearings, and hold roundtable meetings, workshops and hui.