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Proposed new law for the National Redress Scheme

The Australian Government has proposed a new law to improve parts of the National Redress

Royal Commission reflections: Healing and support for victims and survivors (Week 2)

Helping survivors to heal   Throughout November we are reflecting on how the Royal Commission into

Royal Commission reflections: Healing and support for victims and survivors (Week 1)

The Royal Commission’s key findings and recommendations  Throughout November we will be reflecting on how

Royal Commission reflections: Access to justice for victims and survivors (Week 4)

What more needs to be done to improve access to justice for victims and survivors 

Royal Commission reflections: Access to justice for victims and survivors (Week 3)

How access to justice for victims and survivors has changed   Throughout October we will be

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

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

Financial Counselling services are expanding

knowmore’s team of specialist redress Financial Counsellors is expanding, and so is our ability to

New laws about the National Redress Scheme have recently started

New laws about the National Redress Scheme have recently started, and knowmore's free financial counselling

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

National Apology community events

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