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National Redress Scheme Financial Sanctions
Lawyers says new law a missed opportunity for sexual abuse survivors
Institutions responsible for horrific child abuse given seven years to avoid redress
National Redress Scheme – First public hearing for 2021
National Redress Scheme December 31 deadline update
WA child protection centre to build on work of Royal Commission
National Redress Scheme increases access for survivors
Third annual progress report on implementation of Child Abuse Royal Commission’s recommendations
Ministers Redress Scheme Governance Board Communique 3 December
Continuing our reform agenda in response to Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to child sexual abuse
Victoria Supports New Sanctions For Redress Scheme
Lawyers welcome stripping of charitable status and public naming and shaming of institutions that fail to sign up
Sanctions for failure to join National Redress Scheme welcomed
New sanctions for failure to join National Redress Scheme
National Redress Scheme hearings continue
Premier’s Statement – Commission of Inquiry
National Redress Scheme feedback study open as more institutions sign up
National Redress Scheme falls short for survivors
Public hearings – National Redress Scheme
More institutions now covered by National Redress Scheme
Kraszlan appointed Commissioner for Victims of Crime
Council stands up for victims of child sexual abuse
WA local governments join National Redress Scheme
Second Interim Report – Focus Areas Determined
ACT commits to implementing Royal Commission recommendations
Ministers Redress Scheme Governance Board Communique 11 July
Queensland Government urges participation in National Redress Scheme
Six institutions that have still failed to sign up to redress must now face tough financial penalties
National Redress Scheme update
Independent Reviewer appointed for National Redress Scheme
Closer to Justice for Child Sex Abuse Survivors
Financial penalties needed for institutions that fail to sign up to redress
National Redress Scheme update 2020
Failure to sign up to redress scheme should mean loss of charitable status: ALA
Queensland institutions now liable for physical and psychological abuse of children under their care
Improving National Redress Scheme
National Redress Scheme hearings commence
National Redress Scheme committed to greater accountability and transparency
Ministers Redress Scheme Governance Board Communique
Institutional child sex abuse survivors should not have to wait for redress
Institutional child sexual abuse trauma remains part of a ‘hidden public health crisis’