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Abuse survivors failed by State and faith-based institutions; apologies and independent puretumu torowhānui scheme needed
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission notes the Government’s commitment to introduce a new, independent, survivor-focussed puretumu torowhānui system.
Abuse in Care Royal Commission can make findings against former Lake Alice psychiatrist Dr Selwyn Leeks
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry acknowledges today’s news from NZ Police.
Royal Commission delivers its report on recommendations for puretumu, holistic redress, for survivors of abuse in care
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry today delivered its interim report, He Purapura Ora, he Māra Tipu – From Redress to Puretumu to the Governor-Gener