Media Release: National Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children will bring critical change

knowmore looks forward to working with the new National Commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait

Survivors targeted by unethical lawyers

knowmore is seeing a dramatic increase in claim farming cases and warns all survivors to

Have you settled your legal dispute out of court for sexual abuse you suffered in institutional or state care in your childhood?

Griffith University is conducting research to understand survivors’ experience of resolving their civil compensation legal

Supports to victims of crime “difficult to access” say victim-survivor groups

“The changes to Victims Support mean that many victim-survivors of violence in NSW don’t have

A message to knowmore clients from Director of Client Services Amanda Whelan

A video message to knowmore clients from Director of Client Services Amanda Whelan in response

Proposed mandatory reporting legislation extending to ministers of religion to be put before WA Parliament

The West Australian Government has announced it will amend the Children and Community Services Act

Media Release from Minister for Social Services Paul Fletcher: $22.5m for Centre for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse

The Federal Government has announced $22.5 million in the 2019-20 Federal Budget towards the establishment

Federal Government announcement – funding for 39 Redress support services until June 2021

Minister for Families and Social Services, Paul Fletcher, has announced that 39 Redress Support Services

Institutions that have not yet joined the Scheme

The National Redress Scheme has released an update list of institutions who have not joined the

Four more institutions join the National Redress Scheme

knowmore legal service welcomes the addition of four institutions to the National Redress Scheme: De

Ten more institutions join National Redress Scheme

Federal Minister for Social Services Paul Fletcher announced today that ten more institutions have joined

knowmore to offer free in-house financial counselling to survivors

knowmore legal service has been awarded a million dollars in funding by the Financial Counselling

An update from the National Redress Scheme

The National Redress Scheme has released an update on its progress and recent changes to its service

Statement on the national apology to survivors

knowmore welcomes the national apology delivered to victims and survivors of institutional childhood sexual abuse on Monday

Legal support services to help survivors of institutional child sexual abuse access redress

Survivors of institutional child sexual abuse will have access to legal support services to help

Ongoing Support for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

The National Association of Community Legal Centres (NACLC) has today welcomed the announcement by the

Legislation introduced for the Commonwealth Redress Scheme

The Turnbull Government today took an historic and critical step towards providing justice to survivors

Congratulations to Principal Lawyer Prue Gregory – 2017 NSW Justice Medal Award winner

Prue Gregory, a community lawyer providing free legal assistance for people who have experienced child abuse,

Commonwealth Redress Scheme for Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

The Turnbull Government’s redress scheme for survivors of child sexual abuse in institutional settings is

Budget guarantees ongoing legal help for survivors of child sexual abuse

The Government’s decision to provide further funding for knowmore means the legal needs of survivors

Western Australia – Limitation period to go for child abuse victims

Laws to remove limitation periods for victims of child sexual abuse to take civil action

Time limits on legal claims by child sex abuse victims to be removed in Queensland

Joint statement from Premier and Minister for the Arts, The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk and Attorney-General

knowmore welcomes funding extension for Royal Commission

knowmore legal service today welcomed news that the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child

knowmore providing innovative legal help – now with a Perth office

knowmore legal service will today officially launch its Perth office. The Perth office will be

Victorian Aboriginal Forum on Royal Commission a chance to deliver culturally appropriate information

knowmore legal service is taking part in an important Victorian Koori-specific forum on the Royal

Independent legal advice available in Alice Springs to help people tell their story to the Royal Commission

The knowmore team will be visiting Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Elliot, Hermannsburg, Yuendumu and Papunya.

knowmore launches Brisbane office to boost services to remote Queensland, NT and WA

knowmore legal service today officially launches its Brisbane office boosting capability for phone advice and

knowmore launches infographic and new Melbourne office to increase services to Vic, Tas and SA

knowmore launches infographic and new Melbourne office to increase services to Vic, Tas and SA

knowmore to conduct outreach to Port Augusta and beyond

knowmore to conduct outreach visit to Port Augusta, SA

Ballarat survivors assisted to provide their stories to the Royal Commission

knowmore legal advisory service will be in Ballarat to coincide with the Royal Commission into

knowmore to provide free legal help to navigate the Royal Commission

New free legal advisory service, knowmore was launched today by the Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus as