Similar to the numerous ‘hidden truths’ of our past – this Royal Commission has International implications. Any relevant Findings will also be a start to addressing a major viewpoint of cultural beliefs of a matured adult over immature children. Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is one point of these Hearings.
With the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, we expect there will be a vast and wide ranging impact on many individuals from various institutions in regards to historical sexual offences and the issues revolving around them.
Apparently more than five thousand people are preparing to present their stories of sexual abuse to the Royal Commission, while others have registered interest and it is to be expected that over the course of the inquiry, many more will want to contribute their own accounts.
This will result in a multitude of allegations directed at individuals within educational institutions; residential care facilities; sporting clubs; child care centres; State government agencies and departments including child protection and the police force; detention centres; juvenile justice centres; and of course, will include religious organisations including the Catholic Church. The inquiry will retrospectively encompass decades of historical sexual abuse claims.
While the instigation of this…
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