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Published: 13 June 2018
Author: Kate Malone
The Prime Minister has announced he will make a national apology to survivors of abuse on 22 October. The last of the three states have now also signed on to support the National Redress Scheme, which the PM said would have a "relatively low threshold" for survivors to apply for financial redress.
For an updated blog on the Prime Minister's national apology to survivors of childhood sexual abuse, please see our new blog: Abuse apology more effective with compensation.
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