In this video from Full Stop Australia, Counselling Services Manager Esra reflects on the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (the Royal Commission) and what it meant to survivors.
Esra also talks about the National Redress Scheme and the important work Full Stop Australia does supporting survivors.
“Full Stop Australia has been providing services to the broader community and now to victim-survivors through our National Sexual Abuse and Redress Service since the beginning of the Royal Commission. We acknowledge that the Royal Commission is a testament to survivor voices. Full Stop Australia remains committed to supporting victim-survivors and highlighting the need to continue our work towards ensuring our institutions are a safe place for children, and we improve access to humane and trauma-informed justice responses.”
This video was recorded as part of work being led by knowmore to acknowledge the 5th anniversary of the Royal Commission. You can see more Royal Commission reflections at knowmore.org.au/leading-change/reflections-on-the-5th-anniversary-of-the-royal-commission/.
To share your reflections on the Royal Commission with knowmore, please visit knowmore.org.au/survivors-reflections-on-the-royal-commission/.
To receive free legal advice and support, please contact knowmore on 1800 605 762.
Survivors can also contact Full Stop Australia for support on 1800 FULL STOP (1800 385 578) or at fullstop.org.au/