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This Minute provides detail about The Inquiry's Contextual hearing.
Filetype(s): Word Document, PDFCreated October 2019
Procedural Minute
There have been seven core participants designated to date:

The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Bishops and Congregational Leaders…
Filetype(s): PDF, FileCreated September 2019
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has released details of its first public hearing in Auckland at the end of October.
Filetype(s): Word DocumentCreated September 2019
Procedural Minute
The purpose of this Minute is to: Provide information about the Procedural Hearing and how it will be conducted; Confirm the purpose of the Procedural Hearing; Clarify the different ways that people and organisations can participate at the Procedural Hearing and as the Royal Commission continues; Confirm what will not be addressed at the Procedural Hearing.
Filetype(s): Word DocumentCreated September 2019
Procedural Minute
An overview of the scope of the public hearing starting on 29 October 2019.
Filetype(s): PDF, Word DocumentCreated July 2019
A core participant is a person who: played, or may have played, a direct and significant role in relation to the matters to which the inquiry relates has a significant interest in a substantial aspect of the matters to which the inquiry relates may be subject to explicit or serious criticism during the inquiry or in the report Participants, including survivors, agencies, faith-based institutions, and social service providers, can apply for core participant status at any time during the life of the inquiry.
Filetype(s): Word DocumentCreated July 2019
Procedural Form
Minutes outlining details of the Inquiry's Procedural hearing in August 2019.
Filetype(s): PDFCreated July 2019
Procedural Minute

So far, over 900 survivors have shared their experience. Join them. Ā mohoa nei, neke atu i te 900 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