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Monthly Archives - June 2020

Hans Winkler Equestrian Olympics

Equestrian Jump Fall

Heeding teen’s horrific equestrian jump fall ‘could have saved Olivia and Caitlyn’s lives’ The family of Olympic equestrian hopeful Chelsea Higgins realised just how lucky she had been when they heard about the falls that killed two of the promising young riders she had competed against. The family of Olympic equestrian hopeful Chelsea Higgins realised just how lucky she had been when they heard about the...

Fight Against Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

Fight Against Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

Another Leader Stands Up to be Counted in the Fight Against Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Sigmund Leon Sokolowski In alignment with the fight against institutional child sexual abuse, it was noted in The Age newspaper on 20 June 2020 in an article by Journalist Simone Fox Koob, that the former Australian Idol winner, Natalie Gauci has commenced a Civil Claim in Victoria against the Catholic Archdiocese...

Australia Retains Moody’s AAA

Australia - One Of Only Ten (10) Countries to Retain Moody's AAA Rating Australia continues to be a standout in a world fraught with a complexity of issues never before faced. Moody’s Investors Service has maintained a stable outlook for Australian Government finances going forward as Australia retains Moody's AAA rating. Australia’s economic strength, governance and health management during the pandemic has shown resilience. Although it...

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New Bankruptcy Guidelines

New Bankruptcy Guidelines As They Relate to the Covid-19 Impact on Business and Individuals The Australian Taxation Office regularly issues notices to assist businesses keep up to date with changes to regulations. In the time of Covid-19 especially, we feel that it is important to keep up to date with both your obligations and your rights. Here is a recent directive from the ATO as to...

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Malka Leifer

Malka Leifer Fit to Stand Trial

Malka Leifer is Mentally Fit to Stand Trial, but What About the Mental Well-being of the Victims? It is concerning to note that repeated claims of poor mental health and depression have been the defence of Malka Leifer against extradition to stand trial in Australia, where she has been indicted on 74 charges of sexual abuse and rape during her tenure as Headmistress at a...

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Poor Attempts at Compensation

Poor Attempts at Compensation

Poor Attempts at Compensation for Child Sex Abuse are Endemic: There is a better alternative to inadequate Institutionally Based Redress Schemes Al Jazeera reported on 2 June 2020 that “as a result of a unanimous decision taken by the German Bishops' Conference” victims of child sex abuse and violence in the Catholic Diocese of Augsburg will receive up to €75,000 each. This very modest attempt at...

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Pattern of Abuse

Patterns of Abuse

Pattern of Abuse and Church Sex Abuse Sadly Repeated in Poland – Second Film Released in Honour of Victims of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse One year after Tomasz Sekielski’s ground-breaking release of “Tell No One”, a second film, “Playing Hide and Seek”, was released on YouTube on 17 May 2020. Since its release on YouTube a year ago the first self funded documentary, “Tell No One”,...

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Christian Brothers Sexual Abuse

The Christian Brothers and Sexual Abuse in Australian Institutions History of Christian Brothers The Christian Brothers are a religious group which is part of the Catholic Church. It was founded in 1802 in Ireland to provide for poor boys education and welfare. The organisation has a long history in Australia. The first Christian Brothers travelled to Australia in 1843 and remained here until 1847. It 1868...

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