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Condolences on the passing of Dr Moana Jackson
The Royal Commission extends its condolences to the whānau and friends of Dr Moana Jackson.
The voices of whānau Māori abused by State and faith-based institutions the focus of next month’s Royal Commission hearing
The voices of Māori survivors who were abused while they were in the care of State and faith-based institutions will be heard at the Abuse in Care Royal.....
Abuse of disabled and at-risk children in Catholic Church care focus of upcoming Royal Commission public hearing; survivors, church leaders and State witnesses to give evidence
Survivors abused while in Catholic Church care, will give evidence at an upcoming Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry public hearing.
Royal Commission statement addressing abuse data released by Te Rōpū Tautoko, on behalf of the Catholic Church in Aotearoa
We acknowledge the sobering data released today by Te Rōpū Tautoko, on behalf of the Catholic Church in Aotearoa.
Contact Centre Hours Wellington Anniversary Day
Due to Wellington Anniversary on Monday 24 January, our Contact Centre will be on reduced hours between 8am - 4pm.
Abuse survivors failed by State and faith-based institutions; apologies and independent puretumu torowhānui scheme needed
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission notes the Government’s commitment to introduce a new, independent, survivor-focussed puretumu torowhānui system.
Abuse in Care Royal Commission can make findings against former Lake Alice psychiatrist Dr Selwyn Leeks
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry acknowledges today’s news from NZ Police.
Royal Commission delivers its report on recommendations for puretumu, holistic redress, for survivors of abuse in care
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry today delivered its interim report, He Purapura Ora, he Māra Tipu – From Redress to Puretumu to the Governor-Gener
St Peter’s Cambridge apology to survivors of abuse in care – response from Coral Shaw, Chair, Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry
I have been following with interest reports of historical abuse at St Peter’s Cambridge boarding school in Waikato.
Condolences on Te Taumata member Neville Baker's passing
We were deeply saddened to learn that Neville Baker, a member of Te Taumata for the Royal Commission, has passed away.