News

Media statements

Survivor Advisory Group appointed
21/05/2019

The Royal Commission welcomes the Government’s Inquiry approach
08/05/2019

Preservation of Documents
28/03/2019

Initial Commission engagements end
25/03/2019

Expressions of Interest for Survivor Advisory Group open 
7/03/2019

Terms of Reference - Plain English version
1/3/2019

Commission engagements get underway 
25/2/2019

Royal Commission update - February 2019 
1/2/2019

Message to survivors 
13/12/2018

Terms of Reference set for Inquiry into Abuse in Care 
12/11/2018

See also: Post-Cabinet Press Conference - 12 November 2018 
YouTube

Government update of Royal Commission timeframe 
5/10/2018

Statement: Terms of Reference Report delivered to the Minister of Internal Affairs 
30/5/2018

Final week for public submissions on draft Terms of Reference 
23/4/2018

Appointment of Executive Director 
6/4/2018

Royal Commission calls for public submissions on draft Terms of Reference 
30/3/2018

Panui - newsletter

April 2019 Issue

Plain English - WORD
DOCX, 62KB

Plain English - PDF 
PDF, 173KB 

Illustrated - PDF 
PDF, 253KB

December 2018 Issue

Plain English - WORD 
DOCX, 62KB

Plain English - PDF 
PDF, 173KB 

Illustrated - PDF
PDF, 253KB

Interviews

Profile Piece 
E-Tangata

Interview: Sir Anand Satyanand  
TV3 Newshub Nation

Inquiry scope ends
Māori Television

Sir Anand interview
Radio 531pi

Sir Anand Satyanand: Inquiry into abuse in state care
NewstalkZB

Royal Commission calls for public submissions on draft Terms of Reference
Waatea News

How broad should government abuse inquiry go?
Radio New Zealand

Government inquiry into state care abuse begins
Radio Live

View a lecture by Elizabeth Stanley
58:29Acknowledging State Abuse in New Zealand 
Victoria University of Wellington, July 2018


 

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