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Published on 22 February 2017: The Royal Commission continued its investigations this week into the current policies and procedures of Catholic Church in Australia with an even more persistent analysis of the root causes of the problem of child abuse.
Published on 22 February 2017: Investigations into the exploitation of migrant labour in the farming sector, including raids on farms, have been taking place around the country following a recent case in the Federal Court.
Published on 21 February 2017: New union test case to send message to major horticulture industry users like Coles and Woolworths that they can no longer turn a blind eye to exploitation of labour.
Published on 20 February 2017: According to the Royal Commission into Child Sexual, the Catholic Church has paid out more than $276 million in response to claims of abuse. Of 4445 complaints made, 46% were about schools.
Published on 16 February 2017: To what extent does the Catholic Church’s own canon law lead to the cover up of child sexual abuse committed by people in religious orders?
Published on 14 February 2017: What is an appropriate screening process for entry into a Catholic religious order, especially one working with children? This was the topic as the Royal Commission continued its investigation into training of priests and nuns within the Church.
Published on 09 February 2017: The public has called on the Victorian State Government to get tough on youth crime following rioting by residents at Victoria’s Parkville and Malmsbury youth justice centres, as well as a recent spate of violent crime by adolescent groups.
Published on 07 February 2017: WorkCover Victoria will accept your claim for income replacement and assistance with medical bills, regardless of the manner in which you have been paid for your work.
Published on 06 February 2017: Despite admitting damning Royal Commission stats, the Catholic Church continues to rigorously defend claims for damages resulting from child sexual abuse.
Published on 31 January 2017: It is useful for people to be aware that, among the range of services at hand to help those affected, is the Victorian Government’s Victims of Crime Assistance scheme.
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