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Published on 17 March 2015: Report finds that the Salvation Army received more than 100 claims of child sexual abuse, and in most cases the boys who reported the abuse were punished, disbelieved, accused of lying, or no action was taken.
Published on 16 March 2015: A man who maintains he was raped at the state-run youth centre Turana while still a youth is likely to become one of the first people to take advantage of the Andrews Government’s removal of time limits on cases of historical child abuse.
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Published on 12 March 2015: Sexual harassment continues to be a problem in the workplace, with a string of high profile cases generating headlines,
Published on 12 March 2015: The Royal Commission into child sexual abuse has revealed that the majority of abuse occurring in settings such as foster care and family group homes is perpetrated not by carers but by other children.
Published on 11 March 2015: The Victorian Labour Government has announced a commitment to spend $16 million to improve out of home care for children and a further $1.5 million to go towards retaining more appropriately training foster carers
Published on 06 March 2015: Abuse survivors in Northern Ireland are refusing to sign witness statements tended before the Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry over concerns about survivors’ access to publicly-funded legal representation.
Published on 05 March 2015: Prime Minister David Cameron has announced plans to change legislation that would make it a crime for teachers and social workers who work with children to fail to report child sexual abuse.
Published on 04 March 2015: A major inquiry into historical child sexual abuse in the United Kingdom will relaunch its website after appointing a new Chair and Panel, in response to heavy criticism from abuse survivors.
Published on 02 March 2015: Political opposition to the Federal Government’s attempt to dump or reduce penalty rates will take to the streets this week, as unions call on people to join rallies across Australia.
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