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Abuse in Care Inquiry Chair Coral Shaw has urged Iwi Chairs to assist the Royal Commission to reach Māori survivors and find Māori solutions.
Festivities kicked off under cloudy skies and humid temperatures at the annual Te Rā o te Raukura whanau event last Saturday in Lower Hutt.
Find out what has been happening at the Abuse in Care Inquiry this month in our latest Pānui.
The Abuse in Care Inquiry will conduct a full, independent and impartial investigation into allegations of abuse at the Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital.
Inquiry Chair Coral Shaw has urged the New Zealand Māori Council to engage with the Commission at her first formal speaking opportunity.
One week until submissions close on Redress Issues Paper
The November 2019 edition of the Pānui is a summary of the Inquiries two week Contextual hearing.
The Abuse in Care Inquiry is independent from the State and faith-based institutions. Our independence is integral to our investigation.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry welcomes Judge Coral Shaw as its new Chairperson to lead it through the delivery phase of the Inquiry.
The Contextual hearing returns for its final day today 10.00am at the Rydges hotel in Auckland. Commissioners will hear from three witnesses.