As a survivor there are different ways you can get involved with this Inquiry. The main way is to share your experiences of abuse with a Commissioner or in writing.
Before registering with the commission to share your experiences as a survivor it is a good idea to check the types of abuse the Inquiry will investigate, and read the short version of the Terms of Reference.
We will investigate abuse in care provided by the State (social welfare, education, law enforcement and health) and faith-based institutions.
We have created a shorter version of the Terms of Reference so it is easier to read. This has been translated it into seven languages and Easy Read.
Registering with us starts the process of sharing your experiences with the Inquiry.
A big part of the Inquiry is hearing the experiences of survivors. There are two ways you can share with us. Choose the one that works for you.
Stay up to date with the work of the Inquiry while the reports to the Government are created.
After registering you will start receiving our monthly newsletter. This will keep you informed of what we have done recently and what is coming up.
Our public hearings are live streamed to the internet so you can watch them in real time. You can also watch recordings after the event.
Stay on top of the latest news and updates from the Inquiry.
We need your help to let other survivors and your community know about the Inquiry and how they can get involved.