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Following requests from survivors, and major disruption for many, the Royal Commission is extending the closing date of survivor registrations by three weeks.
Gang whānau have come together in solidarity today to share the impacts of abuse many of them experienced in State care as children.
Royal Commission survivor registrations to close on Tuesday 28 February
Tamariki and rangatahi experienced physical, sexual, emotional abuse and torture at the Lake Alice Child and Adolescent Unit, a new report confirms.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has delivered its Lake Alice Case Study report, to the Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Cindy Kiro.
Catastrophic failures by the State to protect disabled and neurodiverse children, young people and adults in care have been highlighted in a new report.
The Minister for Internal Affairs today announced that Commissioner Julia Steenson is stepping down from the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry.
Survivors and community members can now communicate to the Royal Commission via a text messaging service to the number 8185.
The Royal Commission’s Faith-based Institutional Response public hearing has been extended by one day, to Friday 21 October.
The responses of faith institutions to abuse and neglect of children, young people and vulnerable adults in their care will be examined by the Royal Commission