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정의 The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse is one of four commissions or inquiries into sexual abuse and institutional failure recently undertaken in Australia. The Royal Commission focused on identifying things to be done in the future to prevent child sexual abuse, and to bring those who commit or cover up offences to account.

Final information update

On 12 11월 2012 the then Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, announced that she would recommend to the Governor-General that a Royal Commission be appointed to inquire into institutional responses to child abuse. On 15 12 월 2017 the Royal Commission presented a final report to the Governor-General, detailing the culmination of a five year inquiry into institutional responses to child sexual abuse and related matters.

The final report is available on the Royal Commission website. We ourselves will make more information available shortly.

Royal Commission links

Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Childhood Sexual Abuse

Further information:

First sitting of the Royal Commission

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (the Commission) held its first sitting at 10.00 am on Wednesday 3 4월 2013 at the County Court of Victoria, 250 William Street, 멜버른.

All Commissioners were present. The Chair, Justice McClellan AM, provided information on the work of the Royal Commission including the future conduct of public and private hearings. Senior Counsel assisting also delivered an opening statement. There was no evidence taken at this first sitting.

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