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Helen Potiki has been announced as the Executive Director for the Abuse in Care Royal Commission for the remaining duration of the Inquiry.
The purpose of our work at the Abuse in Care Royal Commission has always been certain. Survivors and the power of their voices are at the heart of what we do.
Commissioners will hear from two witnesses and the closing statements. Witness evidence summaries are provided.
Commissioners will hear from two talanoa panels; one about pathways into care and the other about a Pacific lens on redress.
Commissioners will hear from two witnesses. Witness evidence summaries are provided.
Commissioners will hear from three witnesses. Witness evidence summaries are provided.