News and media releases

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knowmore’s statement in support of the Voice to Parliament

knowmore legal service is committed to supporting and advocating for the rights and aspirations of

knowmore’s advocacy for a fairer redress scheme for survivors

In this blog post, we discuss knowmore’s advocacy to improve the National Redress Scheme for

Royal Commission reflections: Access to justice for victims and survivors (Week 2)

Supporting survivors to access justice    Throughout October we are reflecting on how the Royal Commission

Survivors’ reflections on the Royal Commission

15 December 2022 will mark 5 years since the end of the Royal Commission into

National Apology community events

The National Apology will be televised live throughout Australia and with state and territory events

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,

Chair of the Royal Commission, the Hon. Justice Peter McClellan AM – presents on the Criminal Justice Report

Seminar 4—The Criminal Justice Report of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual

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

Statute of limitations changes – what next for abuse survivors?

A milestone yesterday for survivors of institutional sex abuse in Queensland.