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Survivors can now share their account of abuse in care in writing with the Royal Commission.
Ali’imuamua Sandra Alofivae experienced first-hand the pressures that Pacific Island families face in New Zealand.
The Commissioners of the Royal Commission write a monthly blog to keep you up to date with our work at the Inquiry.
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In the March 2020 edition of the Pānui: State Redress Hearing deferred due to COVID-19 and more.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission has today taken the difficult decision to postpone next week’s Redress public hearing in Wellington, due to COVID-19.
Inquiry Chair Coral Shaw is attending two poukai this week at the invitation of Maori King Tūheitia Paki.
Getting the word out about the Inquiry and supporting survivors to engage with us has been the focus of our community engagement this Summer.
Word spreads among Pasefika community about the Abuse in Care Inquiry following series of fono.
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