29/11 Media Update

Royal Commission

Herald Sun – Greens back church sex inquiry (11/11/2012)

The Age – Fraser joins call for royal inquiry into church abuse (12/11/2012)

The Age – Windsor to write to PM about church abuse (12/11/2012)

The Age – Church abuse trail grows (12/11/2012)

The Australian – Probe church abuse, PM told (12/11/2012)

Herald Sun – Labor MPs support abuse commission (12/11/2012)

Pressure mounts for Royal Commission into sex abuse within the Catholic Church (12/11/2012)

The Age – PM announced abuse inquiry (12/11/2012)

The Australian – Inquiry to tackle child abuse evil after Julia Gillard orders royal commission (13/11/2012)

The Conversation – Rogue priests or a culture of abuse? Investigating paedophilia in the Catholic Church (13/11/2012)

The Conversation – A Royal Commission into child abuse – how do we measure its effectiveness or ‘success’? (15/11/2012)

The Age – Abuse inquiry support at 95% (19/11/2012)

The Conversation – Cross to bear: Ireland’s Royal Commission into child abuse in the Catholic Church (19/11/2012)

The Age – Sex victims to number thousands (20/11/2012)

The Australian – Not all victims’ stories will be heard at abuse royal commission (20/11/2012)

The Age – Academic interest in taboo must move beyond immediate condemnation (27/11/2012)

 

Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry

The Age – Clergy abuse inquiry shockingly shallow (7/11/2012)

ABC 7.30 Report Vic – Inquiry asks for Catholic Church records (9/11/2012)

ABC – Church to release internal files on sex abuse (9/11/2012)

ABC – Police give evidence at inquiry into church sex abuse (9/11/2012)

Pell showed ‘sociopathic lack of empathy’ for abuse victims (23/11/2012)

ABC – Child sexual abuse inquiry hears from victim support groups (27/11/2012)

 

Domestic Violence

ABC – Calls for court ‘safe rooms’ for domestic violence victims (9/11/2012)

 

Foster Care

Casey Weekly – Open your home, and heart as a foster carer (29/10/2012)

Brimbank Weekly – Healing the Children, ‘one at a time’ (27/11/2012)

 

 

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