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The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has released a daily schedule of witnesses for its Contextual hearing commencing 29 October 2019.
The Abuse in Care Inquiry has welcomed a move by Bishops and Congregational Leaders of the Catholic Church to lift confidentiality obligations on survivors.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has released a provisional list of witnesses who will speak at the Contextual hearing later this month.
In the September 2019 edition of the Pānui - Message from Commissioner Coral Shaw,
First public hearing just one month away and more.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry acted swiftly in August 2019 when it learned that the partner of a Survivor Advisory Group member has convictions
The Abuse in Care Inquiry is seeking expressions of interest from lawyers across New Zealand wishing to be considered for inclusion on a Panel of lawyers.
Survivors of abuse in State care and faith-based institutions have begun sharing their experiences with Abuse in Care Inquiry Commissioners in prisons.
In the August 2019 edition of the Pānui: Procedures for Contextual hearing explained, meet our Pasefika engagement advisors and more.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry has welcomed a move by Crown agencies to lift confidentiality obligations on survivors of abuse...
The first Procedural hearing of the Abuse in Care Inquiry is on Monday, 19 August at 10am at Rydges Hotel, Federal Street in Auckland.