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Mr A was placed in care at the Salvation Army’s Bramwell Booth Home in Temuka in the 1980’s.
Filetype(s): PDFCreated December 2020
This research report summarises what the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry currently knows about indicative numbers of people who were in certain state or faithbased care settings in Aotearoa New Zealand from 1950 to 2019 and, of those, the number who may have experienced abuse or neglect while in care.
Filetype(s): PDFCreated December 2020
This report provides information on the impacts of child abuse and how it has been measured and costed by a number of studies in New Zealand and overseas.
Filetype(s): PDFCreated December 2020
Reports
The inquiry faces the complex and difficult task of estimating the numbers of people who have been in care in the numerous settings in the terms of reference.
Filetype(s): PDFCreated December 2020
Reports
The Interim Report – Tāwharautia: Pūrongo o te Wā (Tāwharautia) describes the key themes and common issues from the experiences shared with us by survivors and witnesses.
Filetype(s): PDF, Word DocumentCreated December 2020
Reports
An abridged version of the evidence of Ms B read by Claire Mullord.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated December 2020
Public hearings
Mr Takiaho identifies as Maori.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated December 2020
Public hearings
Mr Timpson identifies as Moriori.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated December 2020
Gloria White gives evidence of her experience at the Salvation Army homes The Nest and The Grange, and the abuse and neglect she suffered during this time.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated December 2020
Public hearings
The Inquiry will investigate abuse in State and faith-based disability care settings in New Zealand.
Filetype(s): PDF, Word DocumentCreated December 2020

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