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Mixed justice outcomes for victims of historical abuse MP3

Inquiries into the historical abuse of children in within the church, schools, orphanages and other institutions have delivered mixed results for victims and survivors. A comparative study of almost 20 inquiries in Canada and Australia has thrown up some interesting findings and could offer some lessons for the investigations currently underway. Source: abc.net.au

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