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Abuse in Care, a Royal Commission of Inquiry has announced it will hold its first Public hearing - where evidence will be presented - on Tuesday, 29 Oct 2019.
Our June 2019 newsletter includes stories on our Preliminary hearing, private sessions, working with Corrections to reach prisoners and more.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in Care is aware of allegations raised against a staff member.
Hear how survivors found sharing their experiences at the Inquiry's first private sessions, run in May 2019.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care is holding a Preliminary hearing on 25 June at the Environment Court in Auckland.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions and the Department of Corrections...
Survivors of abuse in State and faith-based institutions have begun sharing their experiences with Commissioners in private sessions.
The Royal Commission has published management plans to address any conflicts of interests held by Commissioners.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in Care has announced the appointment of a Survivor Advisory Group.
The Royal Commission has welcomed the Government’s approach outlining how it plans to respond to issues that emerge during the course of the Inquiry.