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Celibacy not a factor in child abuse, says brother Celibacy in religious institutions can turn some people into bitter ''lemons'' unable to reach out healthily to others - but is not a contributing factor to child abuse, a senior Christian Brother says.   Learn more...



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Since the announcement of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse there has been increased demand for support services. The Australian Government wants to provide support to those affected by the Royal Commission and those engaging with the National Redress Scheme, when it commences in 2018, so the Department of Social Services (DSS) is funding a range of services, including counselling, case management, advice and support.

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News Item - The Guardian, Australia Queensland to scrap age limits on child sex abuse victims' lawsuits The Guardian, Tuesday 2 August 2016   Learn more about our latest activities and latest news  ...

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