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The Children’s Commissioner will cover the following topics on behalf of the Office of the Children’s Commissioner.
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Ms Noonan is the Director of the New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice.
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Ms Calman suffered physical and sexual abuse and neglect early on in life while growing up in her family home.
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Ms Wardle-Jackson will give evidence about the abuse and neglect she suffered as a child in State care.
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Ngāi Tūhoe Professor Tracey McIntosh is a sociologist and Professor of Indigenous Studies and Co-Director of Wānaga o Waipapa at the University of Auckland.
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Professor Michael Tarren-Sweeney is a Professor of Child and Family Psychology at the University of Canterbury.
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Dallas is a survivor of abuse in State care.
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This statement was read on behalf of the Human Rights Commission by Disability Rights Commissioner, Ms Paula Tesoriero.
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Dr Else is a writer, researcher and editor, and wrote the first comprehensive history of post-war adoption in New Zealand from 1944-1974.
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Sir Martin is a disability rights activist.
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