Consultation on the National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse
The Australian Government Department of Social Services (the department) is seeking input into the establishment of a National Memorial for Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse via a national survey.
People with lived experience, as well as peak bodies, sector organisations and advocates are invited to participate.
The survey is accompanied by an information paper, which provides relevant background information to help participants complete the survey. The survey can be completed online, or downloaded, completed by hand, and posted back to the department. Submissions are open until 11:59pm AEDT on Sunday 22 November 2020.
Take part in the survey, or for more information click here.
- Through our Redress Support Services, we provide free and confidential support for people contemplating or going through the National Redress Scheme.
Call 1800 052 674, email us or click here for more information.
Open Place Support Service for Forgotten Australians provides a range of free support services for people who grew up in institutional care prior to 1990, including National Redress Scheme support.
Free call 1800 779 379, email Open Place or visit openplace.org.au for more information.