Anglican Archbishop Philip Richardson (left) and Cardinal John Dew from the Catholic Church. The Anglican and Catholic churches are making their most concentrated push yet to get the Royal Commission into abuse expanded to fully include them. Anglican Archbishop Philip Richardson and Catholic Cardinal John Dew have met with the commission chair Sir Anand Satyanand.… Continue reading It’s only taken years: Churches push for inclusion in Royal Commission into abuse
From the Church of England’s refusal to discipline William Yate when he was banished from Northland almost two centuries ago, until today, the churches have long been responsible for covering up those abusing children here in NZ. These same religious leaders are now openly targeting the sexualisation of Children into special communities with the LGBTQI++etc… Continue reading Religious academics KNOW they target Children with the LGBT message!
1100 child abuse complaints made against Australian church The head of Australia’s Anglican Church expressed sorrow and shame after a government report published on Friday said close to 1100 people had filed child sexual assault claims against the church over a 35-year period. The interim report, which said most children were aged around 11… Continue reading 1100 child abuse complaints made against Australian ANGLICAN church
Australian abuse survivors criticise NZ inquiry New Zealand’s plan to leave the Church and other non-state groups out of the Royal Commission of inquiry into abuse is getting some bad press in Australia today. The Newcastle Herald has gone big with a story of Australian survivors of abuse afraid their New Zealand counterparts won’t get… Continue reading Australian abuse survivors criticise NZ inquiry
State abuse inquiry a ‘long time coming’ The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the historical abuse of children in residential state care has been a long time coming – so long, in fact, that a number of the former wards we will hear from will probably be well into their 80s. In terms of summoning… Continue reading State abuse inquiry a ‘long time coming’
‘The ground has been covered’ – English on state abuse inquiry New Zealand 17 Jan 2018 ‘The ground has been covered’ – English on state abuse inquiry 12:11 pm on 17 January 2018 New Zealand is already working to change the state care system, and an inquiry into child abuse will only distract from that,… Continue reading ‘The ground has been covered’ – English on state abuse inquiry
Calls to include faith institutions in abuse investigation The Labour-led government has promised to set up an inquiry and groups of survivors want its scope broadened. They are being backed by psychologist Michelle Mulvihill, who was a consultant to Australia’s royal commission on institutional sex abuse. Dr Mulvihill spent nine years consulting around child sex… Continue reading Calls to include faith institutions in abuse investigation