Posts Tagged ‘Sir Anand Satyanand’

Survivors losing faith after Sir Anand’s abuse inquiry resignation Comments 0

Thursday, August 15th, 2019

Sir Anand Satyanand’s sudden resignation from the The Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry is being seen as a sign of the commission’s dysfunctionality, say survivors. The say they’re losing faith that the Inquiry will uncover the extent of what happened to children in state and church care. Some of them hope Sir Anand Read more

Sir Anand Satyanand on why he’s leaving the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care Comments 0

Thursday, August 8th, 2019

Sir Anand Satyanand has resigned from his role as chairman of the inquiry into abuse in state care, paying tribute to survivors who shared their stories – and promising it is on firm footing to finish the job he started. Read More Related Posts:Royal Commission: Satyanand’s resignation…Royal Commission deserves neither blind faith nor…Royal Commission begins Read more

Royal Commission deserves neither blind faith nor sanctified mistrust Comments 0

Thursday, April 11th, 2019

Could a practising Catholic do a good, honest job of chairing the Royal Commission into Abuse in State Care and Faith-based Institutions? Yes. To disqualify chairman Sir Anand Satyanand simply on the basis of his own faith, rather than any deeds, would be to indulge intolerance. The church has far too often been a place Read more

Royal Commission: Satyanand’s resignation offer declined Comments 0

Monday, April 8th, 2019
resignation offer

Sir Anand Satyanand offered to withdraw as head of the Royal Commission into Historical Abuse in State Care and Care in Faith-Based Institutions. Some have expressed concern about a perceived conflict of interest because of his Catholic faith. Documents obtained by Stuff show Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin rejected his offer. Instead, she asked Satyanand Read more