March 28, 2019
Another 30 institutions have joined the national redress scheme for institutional child abuse victims, ahead of a rally calling for changes to the system.
Another 30 institutions have joined the national redress scheme for institutional child abuse victims.
Social Services Minister Paul Fletcher said the groups joining included 22 Anglican institutions, five Baptist organisations, Scouts Queensland, Sisters of Mercy Parramatta and the Uniting Church in Australia.
“I continue to emphasise the urgency of giving survivors access to redress as soon as they are able,” Mr Fletcher said in a statement on Friday.
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