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Survivors abused while in Catholic Church care, will give evidence at an upcoming Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry public hearing.
We acknowledge the sobering data released today by Te Rōpū Tautoko, on behalf of the Catholic Church in Aotearoa.
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The Abuse in Care Royal Commission notes the Government’s commitment to introduce a new, independent, survivor-focussed puretumu torowhānui system.
The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry acknowledges today’s news from NZ Police.
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
I have been following with interest reports of historical abuse at St Peter’s Cambridge boarding school in Waikato.
We were deeply saddened to learn that Neville Baker, a member of Te Taumata for the Royal Commission, has passed away.
The report says government policies, over successive Governments, focused on intentionally dismantling Māori communities.
Survivors of abuse in the care of the Catholic Church at Christchurch’s Marylands School, and two related facilities, will give evidence at a public hearing.