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Glenn Inquiry Updates

September 05, 2013 at 10:38 AM

After some quiet months... word has it in today's Herald that more women will be appointed to this panel to balance its apparent male dominated numbers.

Inquiry CE Kirsten Rei assures that panel hearings will resume once ethics approval on its approach is in hand. That entails balancing interviewees who are survivors of child abuse and of family violence

You can read that on page A8 (or try here hopefully this page has been reinstated!)



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