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Mr PM is a 46 year old Pākehā man who experienced sexual, physical and psychological abuse in care.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated April 2021
Public hearings
Ms Kerepeti is a 59 year old woman of Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Wai, and Ngāti Mutunga descent.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated April 2021
Public hearings
Ms Beard is a 59 year old Māori woman of Ngāti Porou and Welsh descent.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated April 2021
Public hearings
Ms Rangi is a 58 year old Māori (Ngāpuhi, Te Arawa) woman.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated April 2021
Public hearings
Mr Rei, 47, is Māori (Ngāti Toa Rangatira).
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated April 2021
Public hearings
Opening statements from:

Anne Toohey – Counsel Assisting the Royal Commission

Racheal Schmidt McCleave - Counsel Assisting the Crown

David Stone – NZ…
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated April 2021
Public hearings
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).
Filetype(s): PDFCreated March 2021
Public hearings
Salvation Army closing address Counsel Assisting the Salvation Army Jenny Stevens





Anglican Church closing…
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated March 2021
Public hearings
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.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated March 2021
Public hearings
Statement of Br Peter Horide for the Faith-based Redress hearing.
Filetype(s): PDF, VideoCreated March 2021
Public hearings

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