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Entries for March 2016

Mar
15
United call for Urgent Action on Redress

Blue Knot Foundation (formerly ASCA) unites with other key organisations to seek firm commitment from Turnbull government for prompt establishment of sustainable national single redress scheme. 

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Mar
04
Has the Bell finally rung for Cardinal George Pell?

An undisclosed heart condition prevented Cardinal Pell, the third most powerful man in the Catholic Church, from travelling to Australia to appear before the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. As a consequence, his testimony was heard in the heart of Rome, close to the Vatican, and with the eyes of the world watching.

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Mar
02
'I think I avoided a monster': Shorten calls for abuse victim redress

A national redress scheme must be led by the Commonwealth government regardless of which party is in power. ASCA acknowledges the commitment of the Labour Party and seeks a similar comprehensive commitment from the Turnbull government for a fair and equitable outcome.

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Mar
01
Lady Gaga singing “Til It Happens to You” at the Oscars at which Spotlight, took out the best picture, making issues of child abuse front and centre

Lady Gaga has received a standing ovation for her emotional performance of Til It Happens to You surrounded by sexual assault survivors at the 2016 Oscars.

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