Friday media update

Today’s media update leads with calls for new scrutiny of long-term impacts of abuse by church clergy in Victoria. Also included are the DHS management take-over of a Warrnambool residential care service, the release of reports and data on deaths and serious incidents regarding kids in State care, and the reports on the review of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006.

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Long-term impacts of abuse face new scrutiny

DHS assumes management of residential care service

Release of data on death and serious incidents in State care

Review of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities

Related Centre media

The issues of the release of data and the review of the charter were jointly considered in a media release issued by the Centre yesterday:

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