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Pānui – February 2020
Pānui – February 2020 - a newsletter from the Abuse in Care Inquiry
The first of a series of monthly blogs from the Commissioners
This is the first of a series of monthly blogs from the Commissioners of the Royal Commission to keep you up to date with our work at the Inquiry.
Chair visits Waitangi
Chair Coral Shaw at Waitangi on 6 February. Judge Shaw has been visiting Waitangi to engage with Māori leaders.
Historical abuse of Māori in care: Iwi Chairs urged to support Royal Commission to find Māori solutions
Abuse in Care Inquiry Chair Coral Shaw has urged Iwi Chairs to assist the Royal Commission to reach Māori survivors and find Māori solutions.
Royal Commission staff members at the Te Rā o te Raukura whanau event on Saturday 1 February
Festivities kicked off under cloudy skies and humid temperatures at the annual Te Rā o te Raukura whanau event last Saturday in Lower Hutt.