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Mandatory Reporting Laws (Or: Less Best?)

Image: Child abuse reporting rates – New South Wales One of the great battlegrounds of the Royal Commission will revolve around the issue of mandatory reporting. At present there is great variability across the states on both who must report, … Continue reading

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St Catherine’s Children’s Home (Or: In-House Paedophile)

Image: St. Catherine’s Girls Orphanage The St. Catherine’s Girls Home, at Geelong in Victoria, is yet another of the old Children’s Homes worthy of new look by the Australian Royal Commission into child sexual abuse. There are two main reasons … Continue reading

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More on Bali (Or: Bad Neighbour)

Australian paedophiles traveling to Indonesia, and Bali in particular, was partly covered in yesterday’s posting, along with a case for Australian authorities to take the situation more seriously, at least from the viewpoint of international relations. It is a worthy … Continue reading

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