Julia Gillard

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Boston Globe
Australian inquiry finds decadeslong epidemic of child abusefor diocesan clergy,” saying that mandatory celibacy for priests contributed to
Boston Globe / Posted 4 hours ago
for diocesan clergy,” saying that mandatory celibacy for priests contributed to child abuse. Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who had called for the establishment of the royal commission, said previous efforts to conduct such an inquiry... Read more
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Canberra Times
One step too far: the trigger that makes women walk out on abusive husbandsbeen aired at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Ab
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
been aired at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, established by former prime minister Julia Gillard. Assault, rape, beatings, shame, cover up, police inadequacy and ignorance, poor mental health, suicides, a... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Australian Catholic Leaders Reject Calls for Reform Amid Inquiry Into ‘National Tragedy’ of Child Abusecompiled by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.‘An exercise in love’ Ann
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 13 hours ago
compiled by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.‘An exercise in love’ Announced in 2012 under former Prime Minister Julia Gillard, the royal commission interviewed almost 8,000 survivors of child sexual abuse over five years, and referred... Read more
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The Age
One step too far: the trigger that makes women walk out on abusive husbandsbeen aired at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Ab
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
been aired at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, established by former prime minister Julia Gillard. Assault, rape, beatings, shame, cover up, police inadequacy and ignorance, poor mental, health, suicides, a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
One step too far: the trigger that makes women walk out on abusive husbandsbeen aired at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Ab
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
been aired at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse, established by former prime minister Julia Gillard. Assault, rape, beatings, shame, cover up, police inadequacy and ignorance, poor mental, health, suicides, a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Abuse victims praised for exposing a tragedyto Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The com
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
to Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The commission, instigated by former prime minister Julia Gillard in 2012, handed its 17-volume report to Governor-General Peter Cosgrove. The five-year, $500 million... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Abuse victims praised for exposing a tragedyto Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The com
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 16 hours ago
to Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The commission, instigated by former prime minister Julia Gillard in 2012, handed its 17-volume report to Governor-General Peter Cosgrove. The five-year, $500 million... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Abuse victims praised for exposing a tragedyto Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The com
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 hours ago
to Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The commission, instigated by former prime minister Julia Gillard in 2012, handed its 17-volume report to Governor-General Peter Cosgrove. The five-year, $500 million... Read more
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News.com.au
Abuse victims praised for exposing a tragedyto Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The com
News.com.au / Posted 16 hours ago
to Child Sexual Abuse, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Friday. The commission, instigated by former prime minister Julia Gillard in 2012, handed its 17-volume report to Governor-General Peter Cosgrove. The five-year, $500 million... Read more
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Canberra Times
'The pain stops here': Survivors praise commission, say time for action is now for action. Photo: Darrian Traynor Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streami
Canberra Times / Posted 19 hours ago
for action. Photo: Darrian Traynor Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming down his face when then-prime minister Julia Gillard announced the royal commission five years ago. He'd shot himself in the leg 25 years earlier to draw attention... Read more
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The Border Mail
'The pain stops here': Survivors say it's time for actionhave contacted the commission. Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming d
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
have contacted the commission. Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming down his face when then-prime minister Julia Gillard announced the royal commission five years ago. He'd shot himself in the leg 25 years earlier to draw attention... Read more
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Daily Mail
Royal Commission into Child Abuse makes its final recommendationsstate of denial about the nature, cause and impact of child sexual abuse in ins
Daily Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
state of denial about the nature, cause and impact of child sexual abuse in institutional contexts.' Former prime minister Julia Gillard has described as historic the handing down of the final report from the child abuse royal commission. Five... Read more
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The Courier
'The pain stops here': Survivors say it's time for actionhave contacted the commission. Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming d
The Courier / Posted 22 hours ago
have contacted the commission. Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming down his face when then-prime minister Julia Gillard announced the royal commission five years ago. He'd shot himself in the leg 25 years earlier to draw attention... Read more
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The Age
'The pain stops here': Survivors praise commission, say time for action is now for action. Photo: Darrian Traynor Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streami
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
for action. Photo: Darrian Traynor Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming down his face when then-prime minister Julia Gillard announced the royal commission five years ago. He'd shot himself in the leg 25 years earlier to draw attention... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'The pain stops here': Survivors praise commission, say time for action is now for action. Photo: Darrian Traynor Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streami
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
for action. Photo: Darrian Traynor Chris Pianto remembers tears of joy streaming down his face when then-prime minister Julia Gillard announced the royal commission five years ago. He'd shot himself in the leg 25 years earlier to draw attention... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Vatican should be asked to make celibacy optional: child-sex abuse commissionhierarchy, practices and beliefs as Catholics," he said.Australians won't toler
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
hierarchy, practices and beliefs as Catholics," he said.Australians won't tolerate inaction: Gillard Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who established the royal commission in November, 2012, said on Monday that governments, churches and... Read more
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The Age
Vatican should be asked to make celibacy optional: child-sex abuse commissionhierarchy, practices and beliefs as Catholics," he said.Australians won't toler
The Age / Posted yesterday
hierarchy, practices and beliefs as Catholics," he said.Australians won't tolerate inaction: Gillard Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who established the royal commission in November, 2012, said on Monday that governments, churches and... Read more
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Canberra Times
This is why pollie Twitter fails are a good thingcyberbots have recently accessed my computer. The tweet, from noted economist
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
cyberbots have recently accessed my computer. The tweet, from noted economist (and former adviser to prime minister Julia Gillard) Stephen Koukoulas, read in full: "Turnbull – wow. Showing what a cranky prick everyone who has worked with him... Read more
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Canberra Times
Now the royal commission is over, society faces a testof historical institutional childhood abuse. In November, 2012, a few days aft
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of historical institutional childhood abuse. In November, 2012, a few days after Australia's first woman prime minister, Julia Gillard, established the royal commission, an unprecedented 95 per cent of people in a Fairfax-Nielsen poll supported... Read more
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Canberra Times
Royal Commission's warning abuse is still occurring should not be ignored most expensive and wide reaching Royal Commissions ever held in Australia. Ann
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
most expensive and wide reaching Royal Commissions ever held in Australia. Announced in 2012 by then Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, the commission came into being on January 11, 2013. Submissions were called and public hearings began in... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Vatican could be asked to change canon laws after child sex abuse commissionor conviction involving any of the institution’s employees,” the royal commissi
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
or conviction involving any of the institution’s employees,” the royal commission recommended. Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who established the royal commission in November, 2012, said on Monday that governments, churches and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Vatican could be asked to change canon laws after child sex abuse commissionor conviction involving any of the institution’s employees,” the royal commissi
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
or conviction involving any of the institution’s employees,” the royal commission recommended. Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who established the royal commission in November, 2012, said on Monday that governments, churches and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Vatican could be asked to change canon laws after child sex abuse commissionor conviction involving any of the institution’s employees,” the royal commissi
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
or conviction involving any of the institution’s employees,” the royal commission recommended. Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who established the royal commission in November, 2012, said on Monday that governments, churches and... Read more
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News.com.au
Turnbull honours grit of abuse survivorshe said. A parliamentary inquiry into the scheme's draft legislation is due to
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
he said. A parliamentary inquiry into the scheme's draft legislation is due to report on March 13. Former prime minister Julia Gillard, who instigated the inquiry, said it was an historic day. "On this historic day, my personal thanks go to the... Read more
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The Age
Now the royal commission is over, society faces a testand updates emailed straight to your inbox. In November, 2012, a few days afte
The Age / Posted yesterday
and updates emailed straight to your inbox. In November, 2012, a few days after Australia's first woman prime minister, Julia Gillard, established the royal commission, an unprecedented 95 per cent of people in a Fairfax-Nielsen poll supported... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Now the royal commission is over, society faces a testand updates emailed straight to your inbox. In November, 2012, a few days afte
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
and updates emailed straight to your inbox. In November, 2012, a few days after Australia's first woman prime minister, Julia Gillard, established the royal commission, an unprecedented 95 per cent of people in a Fairfax-Nielsen poll supported... Read more
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News.com.au
No simple explanation for abuse, inquirySafety and be included in the National Framework for Child Safety." The royal
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Safety and be included in the National Framework for Child Safety." The royal commission, announced by then prime minister Julia Gillard in 2012, held its first public hearing in September 2013 and sat for 444 days in public The commission says... Read more
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The Age
This is why pollie Twitter fails are a good thingnews and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The tweet, from noted economi
The Age / Posted yesterday
news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The tweet, from noted economist (and former adviser to prime minister Julia Gillard) Stephen Koukoulas, read in full: "Turnbull – wow. Showing what a cranky prick everyone who has worked with him... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
This is why pollie Twitter fails are a good thingnews and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The tweet, from noted economi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The tweet, from noted economist (and former adviser to prime minister Julia Gillard) Stephen Koukoulas, read in full: "Turnbull – wow. Showing what a cranky prick everyone who has worked with him... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Labor wants speedy action on abuse reportABC radio. Opposition families spokeswoman Jenny Macklin, who helped establish
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
ABC radio. Opposition families spokeswoman Jenny Macklin, who helped establish the commission with former prime minister Julia Gillard, said it was now up to the Turnbull government to step up. "The most important thing will be for the federal... Read more
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The North West Star
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Julia Gillard warns the public ‘won’t tolerate’ inaction on royal commission reporthave community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the f
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
have community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the five-year child abuse royal commission, said Julia Gillard on the eve of the commission’s final report. Australians would be “waiting and watching” for any sense of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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The Border Mail
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Julia Gillard warns the public ‘won’t tolerate’ inaction on royal commission reporthave community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the f
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
have community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the five-year child abuse royal commission, said Julia Gillard on the eve of the commission’s final report. Australians would be “waiting and watching” for any sense of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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The Courier
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
The Courier / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Julia Gillard warns the public ‘won’t tolerate’ inaction on royal commission reporthave community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the f
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
have community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the five-year child abuse royal commission, said Julia Gillard on the eve of the commission’s final report. Australians would be “waiting and watching” for any sense of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'You have no idea': Survivor's message to child abuserCommittee chair Elizabeth Kobierski said those words are not much different to
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Committee chair Elizabeth Kobierski said those words are not much different to those uttered by then prime minister Julia Gillard when she announced the commission in 2012. "She called child abuse vile and hideous," Ms Kobierski said. "The... Read more
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Western Advocate
Julia Gillard warns the public ‘won’t tolerate’ inaction on royal commission reporthave community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the f
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
have community support because “the public won’t tolerate” inaction after the five-year child abuse royal commission, said Julia Gillard on the eve of the commission’s final report. Australians would be “waiting and watching” for any sense of... Read more
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Western Advocate
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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Manning River Times
From darkness, a light starts to shinewas beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
was beginning to build. And we know where it was coming from, because the night that she was rolled as prime minister, Julia Gillard sat down to write a letter to McCarthy, which arrived at her house five days later. In it, Gillard wrote:... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The conclusion of the royal commission can't mark the end of couragethe groundswell of positive change giving support to survivors of abuse and sto
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
the groundswell of positive change giving support to survivors of abuse and stopping it from occurring in the future. When Julia Gillard announced the royal commission on November 11, 2012, I don't think anyone could have imagined the sheer number... Read more
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The Age
Royal Commission's warning abuse is still occurring should not be ignored most expensive and wide reaching Royal Commissions ever held in Australia. Ann
The Age / Posted yesterday
most expensive and wide reaching Royal Commissions ever held in Australia. Announced in 2012 by then Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, the commission came into being on January 11, 2013. Submissions were called and public hearings began in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Royal Commission's warning abuse is still occurring should not be ignored most expensive and wide reaching Royal Commissions ever held in Australia. Ann
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
most expensive and wide reaching Royal Commissions ever held in Australia. Announced in 2012 by then Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, the commission came into being on January 11, 2013. Submissions were called and public hearings began in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Royal Commission's message to AustraliaMcClellan began his final address into the royal commission which began on Nove
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
McClellan began his final address into the royal commission which began on November 12, 2012 when then Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced its creation. Over the past five years, more than 15,000 Australians contacted the royal commission.... Read more
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The Age
Would the real leader in today's politics please stand up?judgment of those inside Parliament House than outside, and political achieveme
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
judgment of those inside Parliament House than outside, and political achievements regularly grow in stature over time. Julia Gillard was pilloried in office but is now recognised for the National Disability Insurance Scheme she instigated. John... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Would the real leader in today's politics please stand up?judgment of those inside Parliament House than outside, and political achieveme
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
judgment of those inside Parliament House than outside, and political achievements regularly grow in stature over time. Julia Gillard was pilloried in office but is now recognised for the National Disability Insurance Scheme she instigated. John... Read more
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Western Advocate
Standing ovation for final sitting of royal commissionMcClellan began his final address into the royal commission that began on Novem
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
McClellan began his final address into the royal commission that began on November 12, 2012 when then Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced its creation. Over the past five years, more than 15,000 Australians contacted the royal commission.... Read more
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