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Responses of faith-based institutions to abuse in their care

Commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi Tā mātou takohanga ki te Tiriti o Waitangi

The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry is committed to honouring te Tiriti o Waitangi. This is outlined in our Terms of Reference. We also acknowledge the disproportionate representation of Māori in care. Our inquiry is underpinned by te Tiriti o Waitangi.

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Our progress Kauneketanga

Experiences heard

2,167

Private sessions, written accounts and witness statements received as at 26 July 2022

Days of public hearings

117

At 26 July 2022

Documents analysed

1,087m

At 26 July 2022

Our Commitment to Accessibility

The Royal Commission of Inquiry is working to ensure that meeting the accessibility needs of our survivors and employees is how we do business. When we design, build and deliver our services, we are ensuring that accessibility is considered.  In doing this, our survivors are critical in testing our solutions and providing feedback. We’re working to better support our employees, so they are able to better support and service our survivors, and the communities in which they live.

 

 

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So far, nearly 2,200 survivors have shared their experience. Join them. Ā mohoa nei, neke atu i te 2,200 purapura ora kua kōrero mai i ō rātou haerenga. Hono mai.

We cannot make any findings, reach conclusions or make recommendations without hearing the voices of those who have the lived experience of state or faith-based care.

Share your experience Kōrerotia mai tō wheako