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The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry Faith-based Redress hearing starts today in Auckland. Commissioners will hear from three witnesses.
Age Concern New Zealand is supporting the work of the Inquiry by raising awareness of the Inquiry’s work within the seniors' community.
New South Wales Corrective Services are supporting the Abuse in Care Royal Commission to get information about the Inquiry to New Zealanders in their prisons.
At least 25 survivors of abuse in the care of the Catholic Church, Anglican Church and Salvation Army will soon give evidence before the Royal Commission.
At this Procedural hearing, Commissioners will hear applications made by the the Catholic Church in Aotearoa New Zealand, Anglican Church and Salvation Army.