What the Royal Commission discovered?
Final Report from the Royal Commission
Five years of investigations.
Many people have bravely come out and spoken long held secrets and pain. Their stories have been critical to our understanding of the magnitude of the problem that we have not seen visibly until now. Please take the time to understand the findings and recommendations so you can be part of the important conversations that must take place, the decisions that must be made and the future that must change for the better.
Case Studies from the Royal Commission The Royal Commission’s report and recommendations will have far reaching implications across multiple sectors in our society, with direct implications for any agency working with children or indirect contact with children including education, sports, foster care, employment, policing, legal, and insurance.
In addition to many recommendations, the implementation and operation of the Commonwealth Redress Scheme, a key aspect of a comprehensive response by Governments to the Commission, have implications directly impact on any agency funded by State or Federal governments. This professional development event will be the first chance services, agencies, professionals, psychologists / social workers, legal, medical and other services workers will have to hear directly from Commissioner Fitzgerald after the delivery of the Commission to Parliament in Late 2017.