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Published on 22 February 2013: Pope Benedict XVI's resignation has sparked debate about whether he could be sued by abuse victims upon retirement.
Published on 22 February 2013: The Irish State has finally said sorry to 10,000 women and girls incarcerated in Catholic Church-run laundries where they were treated as virtual slaves
Published on 22 February 2013: The chair of the Victorian Inquiry, Georgie Crozier, recently announced that the Inquiry's deadline of April of this year has been extended to September.
Published on 15 February 2013: The Attorney-General today announced that survivors of abuse making submissions to the Royal Commission will have the choice to remain anonymous.
Published on 13 February 2013: Our firm has helped nearly 70,000 claims on behalf of WorkCover and TAC clients. There aren't too many questions that we haven't heard, and answered, before. Part One.
Published on 08 February 2013: "An Easy Read Guide to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse is now available.
Published on 22 January 2013: A dedicated telephone number has been established for people who wish to make a submission to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Published on 17 January 2013: The terms of reference for the Royal Commission into child sexual abuse gets a lot of things right but some areas still require clarification.
Published on 16 January 2013: Of all the recommendations in the House of Reps Standing Committee on Education & Employment's Report on Workplace Bullying, the prospect of a new right to sue for bullying is, in our view, the most important.
Published on 12 January 2013: Catholic Church in Germany accused of obstructing investigators.
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